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World Landmarks Explorer

World Landmarks Explorer | Apps for Children with Special Needs | Scoop.it
“An amazing way to explore the beauty of our world and a fantastic way to [...]
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“An amazing way to explore the beauty of our world and a fantastic way to discover places that you never knew existed, A4cwsn”

Explore 112 of the world’s most beautiful landmarks from 53 different countries through gorgeous photos, informative videos, and an interactive map.

Our goal is to inspire you by bringing some of the most amazing and mysterious places in the world to your fingertips.

We focused on a minimalist design that puts the content at the center of the experience. The 336 photos and videos and our interactive map will enable you to visit the most beautiful landmarks of the world from wherever you are.

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World Continents and Oceans

World Continents and Oceans | Apps for Children with Special Needs | Scoop.it
“A simple and effective way to learn about the continents and oceans of the world, [...]
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“A simple and effective way to learn about the continents and oceans of the world, A4cwsn”

*** 20,000 downloads in December 2013! See why schools and parents prefer our Continents app! ***

Learn the names and locations of all the world continents and oceans with this simple, yet, effective method! A knowledge of Montessori is not required to use this app. It is designed for everyone!

Start with the Learning Activity, where children can explore where the continents and oceans appear on the globe, as well as, see and hear the name of each one.

Then, move on to the interactive Puzzle Maps of which there are three types:

1. Assemble the puzzle map by looking for the continent or ocean that is blinking on the map. When they touch the correct piece it will move into position onto the map and its name will be heard aloud.

2. Assemble the puzzle map by looking for the continent or ocean that corresponds to the name shown at the top of the screen. For children who cannot read, simply touch the name to hear it out loud so they know which one to look for.

3. Assemble the puzzle maps in any order by dragging the pieces into position on the map. The piece will snap into position and its name will be heard aloud.

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