Mr Tumble SS01 Friends Something Special Learning Pad Toy for Kids-Helps Child Development and Recognition Skills-Features Touchscreen, 6 Fun Interactive Activities, Quiz Mode, 2+ Years, Multi
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While bright, noisy computer programs can provide great stimulation for children with SEN, for some children a mouse may require too much motor skill, and switch devices may be too indirect. The introduction of touch monitors has helped enable more users with SEN to interact with technology, but until recently, these were not readily portable, available or affordable. The development of tablet devices has changed this, and they are becoming increasingly relevant to children with SEN’s day-to-day lives and classroom environments. Once your child arrives on CBeebies Playtime island, their CBeebies friends will be there to greet them. Take a look around and discover the games available. As an accompaniment to the brilliant, fully accessible Something Special: Out and About games, a Tumble Tapp game has a lot to live up to. (The development of Tumble Tapp Snap has involved lots of user testing with children with SEN, and consultation with special needs experts,) to produce an uncluttered, accessible matching game that can be tailored to suit the user…
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Your Topsy and Tim superfan will love Helping Dad. Read along with this fun story as the twins and their dad try their hand at some DIY. Kids can even join in and help solve the problems when things don’t quite go to plan! Or have fun playing in the snow and enjoy a game of hide and seek with Mr Tumble in the Snow.Little ones will love trying to find Mr Tumble, and meeting lots of snowy friends along the way!Twirlywoos Explore and Playis an exciting collection of mini games featuring the Twirlywoos and friends. It is specially designed to capture the attention of very young children with fun simple activities based in lots of exciting locations. Help the Twirlywoos water the flowers, visit the beach, and draw pictures with Peekaboo.
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For Tumble Tapp Snap, we’ve expanded this to enable adults to change the way touch devices such as mobiles and tablets are handled - for instance, if the child doesn’t possess the physical skills to swipe their hand across the tablet screen, they can switch to a version that only requires them to tap it. CBeebies Playtime Island contains accessibility features such as subtitles for the hearing impaired. Whether they want to catch up with the Twirlywoos, or have a global adventure with the Go Jetters– you can dive straight into CBeebies in just a few taps.Sometimes getting children with SEN to want to play can be a challenge, and if anyone can do this, we think Mr Tumble can! So what about if one of the kids playing the game likes to match non-identical images, but another feels more comfortable matching identical images? Both of these are very important skills for building understanding and problem-solving but occur at different stages of cognitive development, so we’ve built a settings panel for adults, that lets them decide which type of matching game would best suit the child’s needs and abilities. A similar function was used in the Something Special: Out and About games as a great way of empowering all children to play the same game, in their own way. Please include details on your handset, and any other information you might be able to provide such as screengrabs, and details of your operating system if you know it.
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Peter Rabbit fans can celebrate Pumpkin Day and have fun with Peter and his friends in Peter Rabbit and the Giant Pumpkin. Something Special appeals to a wide CBeebies audience, but especially to children with special educational needs (SEN). This audience is at the core of the show, and making changes to their beloved programme has to be a well-considered decision. While the Tumble Tapp is a bright, fun and modern prop for each episode, Mr Tumble’s new gadget also parallels the increasing relevance of touch devices in children with SEN’s lives… There are over 40 free kids games from CBeebies favourites to choose from in CBeebies Playtime Island.Games are designed to meet specific needs of children and their parents or carers, with a focus on bonding, learning, discovery and self-expression. We regularly add new games to the app, so keep an eye out! Featuring games from: Whereas most of us have succumbed to relying on our mobiles throughout or daily lives, from waking us up in the morning to urgently tweeting about this week’s Strictly costumes, it’s understandable that we might expect a bit more restraint from a CBeebies legend such as Mr Tumble. Up until now, he didn’t need hi-tech gadgets in his life, so what’s changed? The answer to this lies in his audience…