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Colorful Dimensions Software is a vocabulary enhancement program and training system for matching / sorting / assembly designed to teach recognitions and discrimination for individuals with a cognitive or physical disability. As part of the Colorful Concepts Series, this particular program begins teaching size, shape and color vocabulary and progresses to matching exercises. It concludes with a fun complete the picture game which is visually stimulating. The program is designed to be used in conjuntion with Colorful Dimensions (see separate entry) for hands on experience and comes with 18 plastic chips in six colors, three shapes, and three sizes. For individuals with a physical disability, this program is TouchWindow (see separate entry) compatible. COMPATIBILITY: Macintosh. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Macintosh System 7, 256 colors, 13 inch color monitor. Optional: TouchWindow.

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This product record was updated on October 15, 2010.

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Attainment Company Inc.

PO Box 930160
504 Commerce Parkway
Verona, Wisconsin 53593-0160
United States
Telephone: 800-327-4269 or 608-845-7880.
Fax: 800-942-3865 or 608-845-8040.

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