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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Conceptual Skills is a set of computer programs designed to enhance skills involved in relationships, comparisons, and number concepts. Number Concepts I displays a group of from one to ten yellow blocks on the screen. The numbers one to ten appear at the bottom of the screen, and the user must move a cursor to the correct number with a joystick, and select the correct number with the joystick button. Number Concepts II is similar, but the numbers are not displayed: the user must pick the correct number. Word Concepts (Big/Little) shows two squares of different sizes. Either "bigger" or "smaller" can be specified as the correct response, and the user must move a cursor to the correct square. Word Concepts (Same/Different Sizes) presents three shapes on the screen, one of a different size. The user moves an arrow with a joystick to indicate the odd one. Word Concepts (Same/Different Color) and Word Concepts (Same/Different Texture) are similar, but have one shape with different color or visual texture. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple II+, Apple IIe, Apple IIGS, and Atari 800 computers.
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