Educational Insights 8898 Junior Talking Globe, Ages 5 Up
The Educational Insights 8898 Junior Talking Globe, Ages 5 Up is designed for children with learning disabilities and sensory processing disorder to learn geography. This is a talking globe that uses audio and visual clues, light and sound effects and music. Features 2 game modes, high-quality digital voice technology, adjustable volume, question repeat and help button. For 1 to 3 players. Not for three years old’s, small parts.
Learning Resources Puzzle Globe, 14 Pieces
The Learning Resources Puzzle Globe, 14 Pieces is a puzzle designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities to teach them geography. It is fun, engaging and challenging. Teaches continent names, the oceans, famous landmarks and more. Globe rotates on its sturdy base.
Replogle Globes 39870 Intelliglobe II, 12 inch, Black
Tactile World Globe (1-01551-01)
The Tactile World Globe is a tactile globe designed for people who are blind and have low vision. The Tactile World Globe offers tactile and braille information to users. A clear plastic overlay covers a standard 12-inch political globe with a non-skid wood base. Includes a braille/print “Key” that defines the various line types encountered on the tactile overlay.
Talking Tactile Globe
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: Talking Tactile Globe (TTG ) prototype, is an 8” diameter audio-tactile interactive map of the world. Users will experience this globe by looking, listening and touching. The colorful plastic sphere includes tactile markings to indicate landmasses, cities, rivers, mountain ranges, and bodies of water, so that visually impaired readers can perceive the world in its actual form. Double-tapping any location with a finger will cause that place’s name to be spoken al
The Globe: Tactile And Visual (Model 1-01551-00)
The Globe: Tactile and Visual, model 1-01551-0, is a tactile globe designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is a basic table-top visual political globe with a clear plastic overlay that shows continent outlines, higher and lower elevations, and lines of latitude and longitude. Tactile markings include a thick raised line to denote the equator; dashed raised lines for the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capicorn; a solid raised line for the Prime Meridian; and a das