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Computer Fingers is an educational game program designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The games enhance vocabulary and teach fingerspelling and phonics skills. In the Computer Game, players first explore the keyboard to see the relationship between upper and lower case letters, the manual alphabet, and cued letters, then choose a word to spell from three sets of 10 words each. Words come to life as they are spelled. In the Matchup Game, players match letters to handshapes of the manual alphabet and match words to pictures. An animated cuer shows how the word or letter is pronounced. The Name the Word Game can be played in one of two ways: Identify the picture for the word cued, or identify the picture for the word spelled manually. The speed of the animated cuer and the animated hand can be varied in each game. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple Macintosh and IBM or compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: For Macintosh computers, System 7 through 9 or OS X is required. For IBM-compatible computers, Windows 95/98/2000/XP is required.
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