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SpeakABCs is a simple program that teaches children their ABCs. When the child presses an alpha-numeric key the computer responds by speaking the letter or number and displaying it on the screen. This feature may be helpful in teaching blind students the layout of the keyboard. Teachers, parents, and others can change the sound files, so the computer will speak the alpha-numeric key in the teacher's, parent's, or other person's voice. For information on how to change the way SpeakABCs talks, please see the video tutorials located at the bottom of this page
License Free
File Size 4.49 MB
Version 1.0
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows Windows XP Windows Vista
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