~~~~~~ DT Trainer Content Programs ~~~~~~

DT Trainer Content Programs by Developmental Level


Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Match-Colors1 Drill & practice in matching colors (11 colors). * * - - - - - -
Match-ColorsAndShapes Drill & practice in matching pictures with the same features (shape and color) * * - - - - - -
Match-Animals-Farm Match identical pictures of farm animals. * * * - - - - -
Match-Clothing1 Student is asked to match identical photographs of clothing. Clothing items include shirt, pants, socks, shoes, coat, hat, shorts, scarf, gloves, belt, swimsuit, underwear, robe, dress and skirt. * * * - - - - -
Match-Objects2 Drill & practice in matching identical items from Objects2 program. * * * - - - - -
Ident-FamilyMembers Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a family member to match a verbal request. Family members included are: parents, family,children, mother, father, brother, sister, grandparents, grandmother, grandfather, extended family, wife, husband, son, daughter, grandchildren, grandson, granddaughter. * * * - - - - -
Ident-Clothing1 Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of clothing to match a verbal request. Clothing items include shirt, pants, socks, shoes, coat, hat, shorts, scarf, gloves, belt, swimsuit, underwear, robe, dress and skirt. * * * - - - - -
Match-Foods-Vegetables Match identical pictures of common vegetables. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included. * * * - - - - -
Match-Nums0to20 Drill & practice in matching standard form of numbers from zero to twenty. Students are given visual and verbal cues. * * * - - - - -
Match-Foods-General Match identical pictures of common foods. * * * - - - - -
Match-Objects1 Drill & practice in matching identical items from Objects1 program (including: ball, cat, etc) * * * - - - - -
Match-Foods-Snacks Match identical pictures of common snacks & desserts * * * - - - - -
Match-Foods-Fruits Match identical pictures of common fruit. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included. * * * - - - - -
Match-Animals-Wild Match identical pictures of wild animals. * * * - - - - -
Match-BodyParts-LS1 Match identical pictures of basic body parts. Body parts include arm, finger, foot, head, knee, facial features, back, elbow, eyebrows, palm, etc. * * * * - - - -
Match-Foods-FastFood Match identical pictures of fast foods. * * * * - - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Match-Shapes Drill & practice in matching identical basic shapes, including 2D and 3D shapes. - * * - - - - -
Match-Balloons1 1-10 Drill & practice in matching images of 1 -10 balloons. - * * - - - - -
Ident-Objects1 Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a common object to match a verbal request. Objects included are: ball, block, crayon, teddybear, doll, book, cup, bowl, plate, spoon, fork, knife, shoe, baby, bird, bottle, car, cat, dog, house, tree, water, banana, bed, pillow, blanket, and towel. - * * - - - - -
Match-Balls1 1-10 Drill & practice in matching images of 1 to 10 balls. - * * - - - - -
Match-Letters-UC Drill & practice in choosing the match to the given lower case letter (visual cue) with various fonts - * * - - - - -
Match-Letters-LC Drill & practice in choosing the match to the given lower case letter (visual cue) with various fonts - * * - - - - -
Ident-BodyParts Drill & practice in selecting the photo-image to match the verbal command. Body parts include arm, finger, foot, head, knee, facial features, back, elbow, eyebrows, palm, etc. - * * - - - - -
Match-Die 1-6 Student selects the single die to match the dot pattern on the given die (1-6). - * * * - - - -
Match-Spatial-Prepositions1 Match identical images of various spatial positions of a ball relative to a table. Concepts presented include on, under, beside, in front, and behind. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Foods-General Drill & practice in selecting the correct photograph to match a food from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). A large variety of foods are shown, with multiple examples of each, in order to promote generalization. - * * * - - - -
Classify-Groups1 Drill & practice in choosing items that belong in a given group. Student is asked to select members of the following groups: animals, letters, numbers, toys, food, drinks, words, signs, furniture, clothing, plants, insects, shapes, colors, tools. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Foods-Snacks Drill & practice in selecting the correct photograph to match a food from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). A large variety of snacks & desserts are shown, with multiple images of each in order to promote generalization. - * * * - - - -
Count-Dots 1to10 Drill & practice in counting to ten. Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of black dots from one to ten. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Shapes Identification of basic geometric shapes. Shapes come in two variations, line drawings such as circle, square, triangle and 3-dimentional shapes such as cylinder, horizontal line and pyramid. - * * * - - - -
WhQ-What-Sign-Symbol-L1 Student is asked to select the correct photograph to match the verbally described sign or symbol. - * * * - - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
WhQ-What-Sign-Symbol-L2 Student is asked to select the correct photograph to match the verbally described sign or symbol. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Sounds1 Drill & practice in matching the given sound to the image that makes it (cow, cat, clock, bird, phone, dog, baby, toilet). Auditory stimulus only (with realistic sounds). - * * * - - - -
Ident-Animals-Wild Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a wild animal to match a verbal request. Wild animals included are: lion, tiger, monkey, elephant, zebra, giraffe, kangaroo, alligator, bear, snake, rhinoceros, skunk, lizard, fish, turtle, mouse, bird, frog, camel, llama, ostrich, and buffalo. - * * * - - - -
WhQ-What-Action-BodyPart Student is asked to select the correct photograph to match the verbally named body function. The body part functions are: see, talk, smell, kiss, taste, write, point, hear, run, and chew. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Foods-Vegetables Drill & practice in identification of vegetables by selecting the correct photograph to match a given vegetable (item name is included as default). Examples of vegetables are: carrot, carrots, green bean, potato, etc. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are chosen from incorrect vegetables. - * * * - - - -
WhQ-What-Action-Item Drill & practice in matching the given task (verbal command) to a picture of the item used to perform the task. Tasks include: color, cut, paint, brush teeth, eat, write, brush hair, wash, comb hair, drink, sweep, blow nose, clean carpet, dry, cook, build, hit ball, catch. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Animals-Farm Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a farm animal to match a verbal request. Farm animals included are: cow, horse, dog, duck, pig, rooster, cat, sheep, kitten, calf, duckling, hen, lamb, puppy, chick, donkey. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Foods-FastFood Drill & practice in selecting the correct image of fast food from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Fast foods included are onion rings, fried chicken, hamburger, fries, chicken nuggets, pizza, hotdog, taco, ketchup, and a mustard. Multiple images of each food are shown, to promote generalization. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Foods-Fruits Drill & practice in identification in selecting the correct photograph to match a fruit from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). A large variety of fruits are shown, both as single fruits and as plural (clusters). Distracters are incorrect fruits. - * * * - - - -
Spatial-Prepositions1 Drill & practice in selecting the correct picture to match the position stated of a ball relative to a table. The pictures and commands are for a ball on a table, under a table, beside a table, in front of a table and behind a table. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Colors Student is asked to select the correct color "blob" to match a verbally named color. The colors included are: green, blue, red, purple, yellow, gray, brown, orange, black, white and pink. The "blobs" are indistinct shapes in insure association with their color. - * * * - - - -
Ident-Attributes-L1 Drill & practice in identification of basic attributes. Select the correct photograph to match a specific attribute from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Multiple exemplars are displayed for each attribute and the opposite attribute is used as distractors. - - * - - - - -
Ident-Objects2 Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a common object to match a verbal request. Objects included are: clalk, paintbrush, toothbrush, orange, hammer, bucket, eraser, hat, pencil, keys, toilet paper, chapstick, flashlight, glass, grapes, paint, pen, radio, scissors, telephone, toothpaste, clock, chair, chalkboard, comb, cow, flower, pot, ring, table, hair brush, soap, broom, tissue, vacuum, stove, blocks, bat, and glove. - - * - - - - -
Match-FamilyMembers Drill and practice matching the correct photograph of family member(s). - - * - - - - -
Match-Clothing1 NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given clothing item with a similar, but not identical, image. - - * * - - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Match-Signs-Safety-L1 NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given sign or symbol with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each sign and similar signs are excluded as distractors. - - * * - - - -
Match-Foods-FastFood NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given food item with a similar, but not identical, image. - - * * - - - -
Ident-Signs-Safety-L2 Student is asked to choose the correct image of a sign or symbol to match a verbal request. - - * * - - - -
Ident-ColorsAndShapes Student is verbally requested to select the correct shape (square, circle, triangle or star) of a certain color (red, green or blue). - - * * - - - -
Match-Foods-Snacks NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given food item with a similar, but not identical, image. - - * * - - - -
Ident-Emotions1 Drill & practice in identification in selecting the correct photograph to match an emotion from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Multiple exemplars are displayed for each emotion and similar emotions are excluded as distractors. - - * * - - - -
Match-Signs-School NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given sign or symbol with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each sign and similar signs are excluded as distractors. - - * * - - - -
Classify-Exclusions1 Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that does not belong in a given category (includes size, shape, color). - - * * - - - -
Match-Emotions1NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given emotion with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each emotion and similar emotions are excluded as distractors. - - * * - - - -
Ident-Signs-School Student is asked to choose the correct image of a sign or symbol to match a verbal request. - - * * - - - -
Match-Foods-General NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given food item with a similar, but not identical, image. - - * * - - - -
Match-Signs-Safety-L2 Student is asked to match identical images of signs and symbols. - - * * - - - -
Count-Pegs 1-4 (USA) Drill & practice in counting to four. Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of colored pegs from one to four on a two by two board. The position of the pegs is randomized by default to aid in teaching the concept of numbers rather than position. - - * * - - - -
Match-Money-US Match identical pictures of U.S. Money. Items extend from "penny" to "100 dollar bill". Excluded items are 50 cent coin and 2 dollar bill. "Heads" side of coins visible. - - * * - - - -
Count-Balloons1 1-10 FrNums Drill & practice in identifying the number of balloons in an image. The student selects the image displaying the correct number corresponding to the given number 1 to 10. The balloons are organized to promote counting by vertical groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balloons1 1-10 ToNums. - - * * - - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Ident-Letters-LC Student is given a verbal command to select a letter from the alphabet. The choices are all in lower case (a - z). - - * * - - - -
Ident-Letters-MC Student is given a verbal command to select a letter from the alphabet. The choices are all in upper and lower case (A a - Z z). - - * * - - - -
Ident-Letters-UC Student is given a verbal command to select a letter from the alphabet. The choices are all in upper case (A - Z). - - * * - - - -
Words-Dolch1-PK Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the first of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: the, to, and, you, big, help, run. - - * * - - - -
Sequence-Patterns1 Drill & practice in recognizing a pattern presented visually and choosing the image that would come next. Patterns include colors, shapes, increasing amounts, and decreasing amounts. Patterns are all made up of images. - - * * - - - -
Count-Fingers 1-10 Drill & practice in counting to ten. Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of raised fingers from one to ten. - - * * - - - -
Match-Words-3 letter-LC Drill & practice in selecting the identical 3 letter word to the one presented visually. - - * * - - - -
Ident-Attributes-L2 Drill & practice in identification of basic attributes. Select the correct photograph to match a specific attribute from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Multiple exemplars are displayed for each attribute and the opposite attribute is used as distractors. - - * * - - - -
Match-Letters-LCtoUC Drill & practice in choosing the matching uppercase letter to the visually displayed lowercase letter of the alphabet - - * * - - - -
Ident-Nums 0to20 Drill & practice in identifying standard form of numbers from zero to twenty. Students are given a verbal cue only. - - * * - - - -
Match-Digital Time-Hrs Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 60 minute units of time (1 o’clock through 12 o’clock). - - * * - - - -
Match-Letters-UCtoLC Drill & practice in choosing the matching uppercase letter to the visually displayed lowercase letter of the alphabet. - - * * - - - -
Match-Words-2 letter-LC Drill & practice in selecting the identical word to the one presented visually. Words include similar presentations, such as "no" and "on" to encourage visual discrimination practice for beginning and ending letters. - - * * - - - -
Count-Balls1 1-10 FrNums Drill & practice in identifying the number of balls in an image. The student selects the image displaying the correct number corresponding to the given number 1 to 10. The balls are organized to promote counting by horizontal groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balls1 1-10 ToNums. - - * * - - - -
Match-Emotions1 Student is asked to match identical photographs of emotions. Emotions include happy, sad, angry, suprised, scared, sleepy, sick, tired, mad, afraid. - - * * - - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Match-Clock-Hrs Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 60 minute (1 hr.) units of time, (1 o’clock through 12 o’clock). - - * * - - - -
Match-Objects1-NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given image with a similar, but not identical, image. - - * * - - - -
Classify-Attributes1 Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that belongs in a given category (includes size, shape, color). - - * * - - - -
Ident-Vehicles1 Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of clothing to match a verbal request. Clothing items include shirt, pants, socks, shoes, coat, hat, shorts, scarf, gloves, belt, swimsuit, underwear, robe,dress and skirt. - - * * - - - -
Ident-Signs-Safety-L1 Student is asked to choose the correct image of a sign or symbol to match a verbal request. - - * * - - - -
Match-Signs-Safety-L2 NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given sign or symbol with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each sign and similar signs are excluded as distractors. - - * * - - - -
Match-Vehicles1 Student is asked to match identical photographs of vehicles. Vehicles include car, truck, boat, train, bicycle, airplane, motorcycle, bus, helicopter, and tractor. - - * * - - - -
Match-Vehicles1 NI Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given vehicle with a similar, but not identical, image. - - * * - - - -
Match-Signs-School Student is asked to match identical images of signs and symbols commonly found in schools. - - * * - - - -
Match-Signs-Safety-L1 Student is asked to match identical images of signs and symbols. - - * * - - - -
Phonics-Word Sounds-Beg1 V1 (USA) Drill & practice in phonics of a given letter (prompt includes letter and phonetic sound). Student must select the appropriate picture whose name would begin with the given sound. Soft and hard sounds are included for "c" and "g", as are long and short sounds for the vowels. Teachers may want to change the order in which the sounds are presented to match the order used in the classroom. The Concept Reinforcement (CR) is of the image (this means on a correct response the student's attention is directed to the selected image while hearing the correct response audio). - - * * * - - -
Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 0-9 Drill & practice in selecting the number that comes after a given number (1 - 9), counting forward by ones. - - - * - - - -
Count-Die 1-6 FromNums Select correct die for the given number (1-6). - - - * - - - -
Count-Die 1-6 ToNums Select the correct number for the given die face (1-6). The die is the stimulus image displayed at the top of the screen and the target and distracters are numbers (digits). - - - * - - - -
Match-Dice 2-12 Student selects the corresponding number for dots shown on a pair of dice (2-12). There are 21 items showing all combinations except for equivalents (like 4,2 and 2,4). In this case the larger number is shown on the left (4,2). - - - * - - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Money-US CtsFromPennies Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of pennies. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 1¢ to 10¢. - - - * - - - -
Classify-Attributes3 Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that belongs in a same category (furniture, clothing, tools, plants, insects, vehicles, musical instruments, sports, fruit, vegetables, pets, & money). - - - * - - - -
Classify-Attributes2 Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that belongs in a same category (foods, numbers, letters, animals, toys, shapes, colors). - - - * - - - -
doublecheck This update re-runs some important updates. - - - * - - - -
Time-Label The Clock1 Drill & practice in completing an analog clock face. Student must select the number that is missing to complete the clock face. - - - * - - - -
Count-Balls1 1-10 ToNums Drill & practice in identifying the number of balls in an image. The student selects the number corresponding to the number of soccer balls in the stimulus image from 1 to 10. The balls are organized to promote counting by horizontal groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balls1 1-10 FrNums. - - - * - - - -
Money-US Ident (US Money Images) Drill & practice in identifying US money from verbal request (no visual). Items extend from "penny" to "100 dollar bill". Excluded items are 50¢ coin and $2 dollar bill. "Heads" side of coins visable. - - - * - - - -
Match-Colors1FromWords Drill & practice in matching words to their corresponding color sample. (11 colors). - - - * - - - -
Count-Balloons1 1-10 ToNums Drill & practice in identifying the number of balloons in an image. The student selects the number corresponding to the number of balloons in the stimulus image from 1 to 10. The balloons are organized to promote counting by vertical groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balloons1 1-10 FrNums. - - - * - - - -
Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 10-19 Drill & practice in selecting the number that comes after a given number (10 - 19), counting forward by ones. - - - * * - - -
Match-Animals-WildFromWords Student is asked to select photograph of a wild animal from given word. - - - * * - - -
Sequence-Patterns2 Drill & practice in recognizing a pattern presented visually and choosing the image that would come next. Patterns include counting bars, numbers, letters, even numbers, counting backwards, and fractional pictures. - - - * * - - -
RC-ColorOfObject-L2-images Student is asked to select a color image to match the color of object in a 4-word sentence. - - - * * - - -
Sequence-DaysOfWeek-Before Drill & practice in recognizing the previous day of the week. This program displays a day of the week and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next day. All of the days of the week are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a visual cue. - - - * * - - -
Time-Clock-Hrs Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are of each hour (1 o'clock through 12 o'clock) in standard time. - - - * * - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Sequence-Months-Before Drill & practice in recognizing the previous day of the month. This program displays a month of the year and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the previous month. The months of the year are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a visual cue. - - - * * - - -
Money-US Cents (US Money Images) Drill & practice in recognizing photographs of penny, nickel, dime, quarter and one-dollar bill and matching such to correct value in cents. Dollar bill is used to represent 100 cents. "Heads" side of coins is visable. - - - * * - - -
Match-Animals-FarmFromWords Student is asked to select photograph of a farm animal from given written word. - - - * * - - -
Match-Animals-WildToWords Drill & practice in matching images of wild animals to corresponding words. - - - * * - - -
Words-Colors Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (colour) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: green, blue, red, purple, yellow, gray, brown, orange, black, white, and pink. Options are in lower case letters. - - - * * - - -
Money-US CtsToPennies (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of pennies. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 1¢ to 10¢. - - - * * - - -
Words-DaysOfWeek Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (day of week) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are: Sunday - Saturday. - - - * * - - -
Sequence-DaysOfWeek-After Drill & practice in recognizing the next day of the week. This program displays a day of the week and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next day. The days of the week are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a cue. - - - * * - - -
Match-ColorsAndShapesToWords Drill & practice in matching pictures of colored shapes to the corresponding words. - - - * * - - -
Phonics-Word Sounds-Beg1 V2 (USA) Drill & practice in phonics of a given letter (prompt includes letter and phonetic sound). Student must select the appropriate picture whose name would begin with the given sound. Soft and hard sounds are included for "c" and "g", as are long and short sounds for the vowels. Teachers may want to change the order in which the sounds are presented to match the order used in the classroom. The Concept Reinforcement (CR) is of the word (this means on a correct response the student's attention is directed to the name of the selected image while hearing the correct response audio). - - - * * - - -
Time-Label The Clock2 Drill & practice in completing an analog clock face with no numbers present (just slashes). Student must select the numbers that belong in the empty boxes on a given clock face. - - - * * - - -
Words-Dolch2-K Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the second of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: was, that, all, this, ran, who, say. - - - * * - - -
Sequence-Nums 0to9-After Drill & practice in recognizing the next number. This program displays a number 0 to 9 and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next number. The numbers 0 through 10 are displayed at the top of the screen as a visual cue. - - - * * - - -
Match-ColorsAndShapesFromWords Drill & practice in matching words to the corresponding pictures of colored shapes. - - - * * - - -
Math-NumSums 01s 0-9 Drill & practice in adding one in an equation format presented vertically and horizontally. The communitive form is included. - - - * * - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Math-NumSums 01s 10-18 Drill & practice in adding one (to 10 - 18) in an equation format presented vertically and horizontally. The communitive form is included. - - - * * - - -
Sequence-Months-After Drill & practice in recognizing the next day of the month. This program displays a month of the year and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next month. The months of the year are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a visual cue. - - - * * - - -
Match-Nums Digital 0-100 NI Drill & practice in non-identical matching digital numbers from zero to one hundred (45 numbers). The numbers are from 0 to 20 and then sparsely from there to 100. There are 3 number formats: black on white, black on gray, and green on black. This program helps prepare the student for digital time and other digital displays. - - - * * - - -
Match-Animals-FarmToWords Drill & practice in matching images of farm animals to corresponding words. - - - * * - - -
Sequence-Nums 1to10-Before Drill & practice in recalling the previous number, given a random number from 1 to 10. The numbers 0 through 10 appear at the top of the screen as a visual cue. - - - * * - - -
Math-NumAdd 01s 0-9 Drill & practice in adding one to a given number, 1-9. Given a verbal and visual command, the student must select the correct answer. - - - * * - - -
Ident-Nums Digital 0-100 Drill & practice in identifying digital display formats of numbers from zero to one hundred (45 numbers). The numbers are from 0 to 20 and then sparsely from there to 100. There are 3 different digital displays randomized if the student has image randomization turned on (by default). There are 3 number formats: black on white, black on gray, and green on black. This program helps prepare the student for digital time and other digital displays. - - - * * - - -
Count-Dice 2-12 ToNums Select correct number for the given pair of dice (2-12). There are 21 items showing all combinations except for equivalents (like 4,2 and 2,4). In this case the larger number is shown on the left (4,2). - - - * * - - -
Count-Dice 2-12 FromNums Select the correct number of dots from a pair of dice for the given number (2-12). There are 21 items showing all combinations except for equivalents (like 4,2 and 2,4). In this case the larger number is shown on the left. - - - * * - - -
Match-Foods-FruitFromWords Student is asked to select photograph of fruit from given word. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other fruits. - - - * * * - -
Match-Foods-FruitToWords Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of fruit. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other fruits. - - - * * * - -
Match-NumsToWords 0-20 Drill & practice in matching a given number (0-20) to the correct written word. - - - * * * - -
Match-Vehicles1ToWords Student is asked to select a photograph of a vehicle from given written word. - - - * * * - -
Match-Vehicles1FromWords Student is asked to select a photograph of a vehicle from given written word. - - - * * * - -
Math-ConvertFractionToPieChart Identify the piechart that corresponds to the written fraction. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. - - - * * * - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Match-Clothing1ToWords Drill & practice in matching images of clothing to corresponding words. - - - * * * - -
Match-Clothing1FromWords Student is asked to select a photograph of clothing from given written word. - - - * * * - -
Math-ConvertPieChartToFraction Identify the fraction that corresponds to the shaded portions of a given pie chart. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. - - - * * * - -
RC-ColorOfObject-L4 Student is asked to select the color word to match the color of a named object in one of two given 4-word sentences. - - - * * * - -
RC-ColorOfObject-L3 Student is asked to select the color word to match the color of object in a given 4-word sentence. - - - * * * - -
Math-Misc-Ordinal Numbers Drill & practice in selecting the item in the correct position (from verbal command). Four to Six items are displayed and student must select shape, letter, etc. that appears in "first, second…sixth or last". - - - * * * - -
Match-NumsFromWords 0-20 Drill & practice in matching a given number in word form (0-20) to the correct number in standard form. - - - * * * - -
Words-MonthsOfYear Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (month) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are: January - December. - - - * * * - -
Math-Measurements-Time Drill & practice in basic conversion facts for seconds, minutes, days, hours, weeks, months, years, dozen. - - - * * * * -
Time-MonthsToAbbrev Student is asked to select the correct standard month abbreviation from the given month. Standard 3-letter abbreviations are for most months. Sep. and Sept. are used for September. June and July are usually not abbreviated, but are presented as Jun. and Jul. to give the student exposure to these less common abbreviations. May is not abbreviated. - - - * * * * *
Time-DaysFromAbbrev Student is asked to select the correct day of the week from a standard abbreviation. Tuesday and Thursday are presented with multiple abbreviations (Tue., Tues., Thu., Thur., Thurs.) to provide instruction on commonly used forms. - - - * * * * *
Time-MonthsFromAbbrev Student is asked to select the correct month from the given abbreviation. Standard 3-letter abbreviations are for most months. Both Sep. and Sept. are used for September. June and July are usually not abbreviated, but are presented as Jun. and Jul. to give the student exposure to these less common abbreviations. May is not abbreviated. - - - * * * * *
Time-DaysToAbbrev Student is asked to select the correct standard abbreviation from the given day of the week. Tuesday and Thursday are presented with multiple abbreviations (Tue., Tues., Thu., Thur., Thurs.) to provide instruction on commonly used forms. - - - * * * * *
Ident-Nums 0to100 Drill & practice in identifying standard form of numbers from zero to one hundred. Students are given a verbal cue only. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumSums 02-10 Drill & practice in basic addition facts with sums up to ten. Communitive property is shown for most facts and presentation varies between horizontal and vertical. Vocabulary includes "plus", "and", "sum" and "equal". - - - - * - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Math-SkipCounting By 02s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 2's (2-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - * - - -
Match-Digital Time-Half Hrs Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Digital clocks display 30 minute units of time, but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program. - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsFrom3Coins Drill & practice in adding up three coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of three coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (7 cents to 60 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”. - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsFrom4Coins Drill & practice in adding up four coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of four coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (8 cents to 85 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”. - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsToQtrs (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of quarters. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 25¢ to 250¢ (also stated as 2 dollars & 50 cents). - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsToDimes (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of dimes. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 10¢ to 100¢ (also recognized as one dollar). - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsToNickels (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of nickels. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 5¢ to 50¢. - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsFromNickels Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of nickels. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 5¢ to 50¢. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumSeq Nxt 10 Drill & practice in counting by tens by selecting the number that comes next (given 3 consecutive numbers in the "counting by tens" pattern). Number sequences range from 10 - 90. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumSums 00s Drill & practice in finding sums when zero is added to any number (0 to 250). Purpose is to develop the concept of the identity property of addition. Emphasis is on the first twenty numbers with others at random. Presentation alternates between vertical and horizontal and includes communitive properties. - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsFromDimes Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of dimes. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 10¢ to 100¢ (also recognized as one dollar). - - - - * - - -
Match-Clock-Half Hrs Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks display 30 minute units of time, but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program. - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsTo2Coins (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up two coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 6 cents to 35 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up". - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsFrom3Coins Drill & practice in adding up three coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of three coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (7 cents to 60 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”. - - - - * - - -
Words-ArtConjMisc Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (articals, conjunctions, & Misc.) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: a, an, the, and, or, all, oh, but, nor, and wow. Options are in lower case letters. - - - - * - - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Money-US CtsFrom2Coins Drill & practice in adding up two coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of two coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (from 6 cents to 35 cents). After selecting the correct amount, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumAdd 01s 10-19 Drill & practice in adding one to a given number 10-19. Given a verbal and visual command, the student must select the correct answer from three choices. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumAdd 01s 20+ Drill & practice in adding one to a given number 20-99. Problems are a random sampling. Given a verbal and visual command, the student must select the correct answer from three choices. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumAdd 05s Drill & practice in adding 5 to a given number, from 5+5 to 100+5. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumAdd 10s Drill & practice in adding 10 to a given number, from 10+10 to 100+10. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 20+ Drill & practice in selecting the number that comes after a given number (20-99), counting forward by ones. - - - - * - - -
Money-US CtsFromQtrs Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of quarters. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 25¢ to 250¢ (also stated as 2 dollars & 50 cents). - - - - * - - -
Math-NumSeq Nxt 05 Drill & practice in counting by fives by selecting the number that comes next (given 3 consecutive numbers in the "counting by fives" pattern). Number sequences range from 5 to 95. - - - - * - - -
Ident-Nums Tens 10to90 Drill & practice in identifying standard form of numbers from 10 to 100 by tens. Students are given a verbal cue only. - - - - * - - -
Math-SkipCounting By 05s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 5's (5-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - * - - -
Time-Clock-Half Hrs Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are of thirty minute multiples but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program. - - - - * - - -
Math-NumAdd XXs Plus 10 Drill & practice in adding 10 to a given number. One problem is selected for each multiple of ten, from 7+10 to 93+10. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. This skill is to promote the concept of "10" and prepare the student for adding money, ie: dimes. - - - - * * - -
Match-BodyPartsToWords Drill & practice in matching images of body parts to corresponding words. - - - - * * - -
Match-Objects2FromWords Drill & practice in recognition of basic words for common objects. - - - - * * - -
Match-Colors1ToWords Drill & practice in matching color samples to their corresponding words (11 colors). - - - - * * - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Match-Emotions1FromWords Student is asked to select a photograph of an emotion from given written word. - - - - * * - -
Words-Objects1 Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (item names from Objects1 program) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: ball, cup, bed, cat, baby, knife, crayon, and teddy bear. Options are in lower case letters. - - - - * * - -
Match-Objects1ToWords Drill & practice in recognition of basic words for common objects of the Ident-Objects1 program - - - - * * - -
Words-Dolch3-1st Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the third of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: some, ask, from, put, old, let, stop. - - - - * * - -
Money-US CtsTo3Coins (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up to three coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 7 cents to 60 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up". - - - - * * - -
Money-US CtsTo4Coins (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 7 cents to 60 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of a finger following along and counting the money to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up". - - - - * * - -
Match-Emotions1ToWords Drill & practice in matching images of emotions to corresponding words. - - - - * * - -
Math-NumSums 11-18 Drill & practice in single-digit addition facts with sums from 11 up to 18. This, in combination with NumAddFactsSumsto10, is preparation for regrouping addition problems. Communitive property is shown for most facts and presentation varies between horizontal and vertical. Vocabulary includes "plus", "and", "sum" and "equal". - - - - * * - -
Money-US CtsFrom5Coins Drill & practice in adding up five coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of five coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (9 cents to 110 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”. - - - - * * - -
Match-Objects2ToWords Drill & practice in recognition of basic words for common objects. - - - - * * - -
Money-US CtsTo5Coins (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up to five coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 9 cents to 110 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of coins moving as each is counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up". - - - - * * - -
Match-Objects1FromWords Drill & practice in recognition of common objects from words. Objects are from the Objects1 group. - - - - * * - -
Match-ShapesToWords Student is asked an image of a shape to a given word. - - - - * * - -
Match-BodyPartsFromWords Drill & practice in matching words to corresponding images of body parts. - - - - * * - -
Math-Misc-Odd Even Drill & practice in recognizing odd & even numbers. A random number between 1 - 100 will be displayed with student choosing "odd" or "even". - - - - * * - -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 0-100 Drill & practice in comparing the value of two numbers (0 to 100) by selecting the correct symbol: greater than, less than or equal. - - - - * * - -
Match-ShapesFromWords Student is asked to select an image of a shape from given word. - - - - * * - -
Words-Verbs1 Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (verbs) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: go, is, eat, run, give, stop, look, have, want, and love. Options are in lower case letters - - - - * * * -
Match-Foods-VegToWords Student is asked to select a word for a given vegetable photograph. Examples of vegetables are: carrot, carrots, green bean, potato, etc. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other vegetables. - - - - * * * -
WA-Antonyms1 Drill & practice in selecting the antonym of words presented orally and textually. The definition of "antonym" is repeated in the response. Example words are: loud: quiet, skinny: fat, tame: wild, dirty: clean, more: less, etc. - - - - * * * -
Match-Signs-Safety-L2ToWords Student is asked to select an image of a sign or symbol from given word. - - - - * * * -
Match-Signs-SchoolToWords Student is asked to select a word for a given image of a sign or symbol. - - - - * * * -
Match-Foods-GeneralToWords Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of food. - - - - * * * -
Match-Foods-SnacksToWords Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of snacks & desserts. - - - - * * * -
Match-Signs-SchoolFromWords Student is asked to select a photograph of a vehicle from given written word. - - - - * * * -
Time-AM PM Drill & practice in selecting the appropriate time of day (AM or PM) for different activities, such as breakfast, lunch, dinner, bedtime, morning and evening. - - - - * * * -
Match-Signs-Safety-L2FrWords Student is asked to select an image of a sign or symbol from given word. - - - - * * * -
Math-Measurements-Months Drill & practice in basic conversion facts for the number of days in each month. The "number of days" poem is presented in the response or as part of the stimulus to teach the days in each month. - - - - * * * -
Match-Signs-Safety-L1ToWords Student is asked to select a word for a given image of a sign or symbol. - - - - * * * -
Match-Foods-FastFoodFromWords Student is asked to select photograph of fast food from given word. - - - - * * * -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Match-Foods-FastFoodToWords Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of fast food. - - - - * * * -
Match-Foods-SnacksFromWords Student is asked to select photograph of snacks & desserts from given word. - - - - * * * -
Match-Foods-GeneralFromWords Student is asked to select photograph of food from a given word. - - - - * * * -
Match-Signs-Safety-L1FrWords Student is asked to select an image of a sign or symbol from given word. - - - - * * * -
Words-FamilyMembers Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (family member) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: mom, dad, mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter, mama, papam grandma, grandmother, .... Options are in lower case letters. - - - - * * * -
Match-Foods-VegFromWords Student is asked to select photograph of vegetable from given word. Examples of vegetables are: carrot, carrots, green bean, potato, etc. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other vegetables. - - - - * * * -
Words-Pronouns Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (pronoun) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: I, me, she, them, everone, and ourselves. Options are in lower case letters. - - - - - * - -
Match-Digital Time-Qtr Hrs Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks display fifteen minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs. - - - - - * - -
Math-NumSeq Nxt 25 Drill & practice in counting by 25 by selecting the number that comes next (given 3 consecutive numbers in the "counting by 25's" pattern). Number sequences range from 25 to 225. This skill leads to ability to count money, ie: quarters. - - - - - * - -
Words-Objects2 Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (item names from Objects2 program) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: bat, pen, hat cow, paint, broom, grapes, flashlight, and toilet paper. Options are in lower case letters. - - - - - * - -
Match-Clock-Qtr Hrs Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks diplay fifteen minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs. - - - - - * - -
Math-NumAdd 25s Drill & practice in adding 25 to a given number, from 25+25 to 225+25. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. This skill is to prepare students to count money, ie: quarters. - - - - - * - -
Math-NumAdd 05s Plus 10 Drill & practice in adding 10 to a given number ending in 5, from 5+10 to 95+10. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. This skill is to build the concept of "10" and to prepare students for counting money, ie: dimes. - - - - - * - -
Time-Clock-Qtr Hrs Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are fifteen minute multiples but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs. - - - - - * - -
Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 100-1K Drill & practice in comparing the value of two numbers (100 to 1000) by selecting the correct symbol: greater than, less than or equal. - - - - - * * -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Math-SkipCounting By 06s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 6's (6-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - - * * -
Match-Digital Time-5 Mins Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Digital clocks display 5 minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence. - - - - - * * -
Words-Dolch4-2nd Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the fourth of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: would, very, your, tell, sit, because. - - - - - * * -
Words-Adjectives1 Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (adjective) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Adjectives include: my, hot, new, good, tired, happy, young, its, bad, tall, your, broken, hungry, dangerous, his, etc. Options are in lower case letters. - - - - - * * -
Words-Survival Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (survival) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: STOP, GO, EXIT, BOYS, WALK, and RESTROOM. Options are in upper case letters. - - - - - * * -
Time-Clock-5 Mins Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are five minute multiples but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence. - - - - - * * -
Math-WP-Subtraction1 Drill & practice in recognizing clue words for one-step word problems for subtraction and solving the word problem using graphic aids. Subtraction problems involve facts through 18 and numbers are varied in the problems to encourage calculation rather than memorization. The verbal response emphasizes that "less" means subtract and is accompanied by a visual response of the equation. Data appears as numbers and as written words (random) and distracters include the answer for when data is added. - - - - - * * -
Math-SkipCounting By 07s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 7's (7-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - - * * -
Math-SkipCounting By 04s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 4's (4-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - - * * -
Math-SkipCounting By 03s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 3's (3-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - - * * -
Math-SkipCounting By 08s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 8's (8-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - - * * -
WA-Synonyms1 Drill & practice in selecting the synonym of words presented orally and textually. The definition of "synonym" is repeated in the response. Example words are: big: large, city: town, add: plus, in: enter, tame: gentle, etc. - - - - - * * -
Math-WP-Addition1 Solving addition word problems with an emphasis on addition means "there will be more" with clue words, such as "in all" and "altogether". Data appears as numbers and as written words (random) with a variety of variables to require actually solving the problem, rather than memorizing the answer. Corresponding graphics are included as aids in this beginning program and the equation is displayed with the response. - - - - - * * -
Match-Clock-5 Mins Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 5 minute units of time,but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence. - - - - - * * -
Words-Adverbs1 Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (adverb) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Adverbs include: no, almost, yes, too, now, very, far, before, near, after, then, once, twice, really, about. Options are in lower case letters. - - - - - * * -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Math-SkipCounting By 09s Drill & practice in skip-counting by 9's (9-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern. - - - - - * * -
SS-USStatesFromCapitals Student is asked to select correct State for the given capital city. - - - - - * * *
Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 1000-1M Drill & practice in comparing the value of two numbers (1000 to 999,999) by selecting the correct symbol: greater than, less than or equal. - - - - - * * *
SS-USStatesFromShapes Student is asked to select correct state for the given shape. - - - - - * * *
SS-USStatesToCapitals Student is asked to select the capital city for the given State. - - - - - * * *
SS-USStatesToShapes Student is asked to select correct shape for the state named. - - - - - * * *
SS-USStatesToAbbrev-L1 Student is asked to select the correct two letter standard Abbreviation from the given US State printed name. This Level 1 (L1) version is relatively easy since the distracters are any other state abbreviation and therefore are easier to discriminate. - - - - - * * *
SS-USStatesFromAbbrev-L1 Student is asked to match the correct US State printed name from the given two letter standard Abbreviation. This Level 1 (L1) version is relatively easy since the distracters are any other state abbreviation and therefore are easier to discriminate. - - - - - * * *
Math-NumMult 04s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 4s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Math-NumMult 05s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 5s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Math-NumMult 06s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 6s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Math-NumMult 01s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 1s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Math-NumMult 07s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 7s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Math-NumMult 00s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 0s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Math-NumMult 02s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 2s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Program Name Description 2yr 3yr 4K 5K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Math-NumMult 03s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 3s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * -
Words-Dolch5-3rd Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the fifth of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: long, never, today, bring, hold, show. - - - - - - * *
Math-NumMult 08s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 8s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * *
Math-NumMult 09s Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 9s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms. - - - - - - * *
WA-Analogies1 Drill & practice in recognizing the pattern of comparison in an analogy. The student is given a set of words and then one word. He or she must select the correct word to complete the set using the same pattern. The same words are used in this program as the words in "synonyms" and "antonyms". - - - - - - * *
Math-ConvertFractionToDecimal-L3 Identify the decimal that is equivalent to the written fraction. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. Decimals are written to the hundredths place value (e.g., .5 is shown as .50). - - - - - - - *
Math-ConvertDecimalToFraction-L3 Identify the fraction that is equivalent to the written decimal. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. Decimals are written to the hundredths place value (e.g., .5 is shown as .50). - - - - - - - *

Complete List of DT Trainer Content Programs with Description


  1. Release Date: 20150910 Content Program: Match-ShapesToWords

    Student is asked an image of a shape to a given word.


  2. Release Date: 20141210 Content Program: Money-US CtsFrom3Coins

    Drill & practice in adding up three coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of three coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (7 cents to 60 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.


  3. Release Date: 20121018 Content Program: Ident-Attributes-L1

    Drill & practice in identification of basic attributes. Select the correct photograph to match a specific attribute from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Multiple exemplars are displayed for each attribute and the opposite attribute is used as distractors.


  4. Release Date: 20121018 Content Program: Ident-Attributes-L2

    Drill & practice in identification of basic attributes. Select the correct photograph to match a specific attribute from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Multiple exemplars are displayed for each attribute and the opposite attribute is used as distractors.


  5. Release Date: 20121018 Content Program: WhQ-What-Sign-Symbol-L1

    Student is asked to select the correct photograph to match the verbally described sign or symbol.


  6. Release Date: 20121018 Content Program: WhQ-What-Sign-Symbol-L2

    Student is asked to select the correct photograph to match the verbally described sign or symbol.


  7. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Ident-Vehicles1

    Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of clothing to match a verbal request. Clothing items include shirt, pants, socks, shoes, coat, hat, shorts, scarf, gloves, belt, swimsuit, underwear, robe,dress and skirt.


  8. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Ident-Signs-Safety-L1

    Student is asked to choose the correct image of a sign or symbol to match a verbal request.


  9. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L2 NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given sign or symbol with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each sign and similar signs are excluded as distractors.


  10. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L1FrWords

    Student is asked to select an image of a sign or symbol from given word.


  11. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Vehicles1 NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given vehicle with a similar, but not identical, image.


  12. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-School

    Student is asked to match identical images of signs and symbols commonly found in schools.


  13. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L1

    Student is asked to match identical images of signs and symbols.


  14. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Vehicles1

    Student is asked to match identical photographs of vehicles. Vehicles include car, truck, boat, train, bicycle, airplane, motorcycle, bus, helicopter, and tractor.


  15. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Ident-Signs-School

    Student is asked to choose the correct image of a sign or symbol to match a verbal request.


  16. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L2

    Student is asked to match identical images of signs and symbols.


  17. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L1ToWords

    Student is asked to select a word for a given image of a sign or symbol.


  18. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Vehicles1ToWords

    Student is asked to select a photograph of a vehicle from given written word.


  19. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Vehicles1FromWords

    Student is asked to select a photograph of a vehicle from given written word.


  20. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-School NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given sign or symbol with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each sign and similar signs are excluded as distractors.


  21. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L2FrWords

    Student is asked to select an image of a sign or symbol from given word.


  22. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L1 NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given sign or symbol with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each sign and similar signs are excluded as distractors.


  23. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-SchoolFromWords

    Student is asked to select a photograph of a vehicle from given written word.


  24. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Ident-Signs-Safety-L2

    Student is asked to choose the correct image of a sign or symbol to match a verbal request.


  25. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-Safety-L2ToWords

    Student is asked to select an image of a sign or symbol from given word.


  26. Release Date: 20110926 Content Program: Match-Signs-SchoolToWords

    Student is asked to select a word for a given image of a sign or symbol.


  27. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-GeneralToWords

    Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of food.


  28. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-SnacksToWords

    Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of snacks & desserts.


  29. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-General

    Match identical pictures of common foods.


  30. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-FastFood NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given food item with a similar, but not identical, image.


  31. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-Snacks

    Match identical pictures of common snacks & desserts


  32. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Ident-Foods-Snacks

    Drill & practice in selecting the correct photograph to match a food from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). A large variety of snacks & desserts are shown, with multiple images of each in order to promote generalization.


  33. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Ident-Foods-General

    Drill & practice in selecting the correct photograph to match a food from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). A large variety of foods are shown, with multiple examples of each, in order to promote generalization.


  34. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-Snacks NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given food item with a similar, but not identical, image.


  35. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-FastFoodFromWords

    Student is asked to select photograph of fast food from given word.


  36. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-General NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given food item with a similar, but not identical, image.


  37. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-GeneralFromWords

    Student is asked to select photograph of food from a given word.


  38. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Ident-Foods-FastFood

    Drill & practice in selecting the correct image of fast food from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Fast foods included are onion rings, fried chicken, hamburger, fries, chicken nuggets, pizza, hotdog, taco, ketchup, and a mustard. Multiple images of each food are shown, to promote generalization.


  39. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-FastFoodToWords

    Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of fast food.


  40. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-SnacksFromWords

    Student is asked to select photograph of snacks & desserts from given word.


  41. Release Date: 20110616 Content Program: Match-Foods-FastFood

    Match identical pictures of fast foods.


  42. Release Date: 20110404 Content Program: Match-Emotions1FromWords

    Student is asked to select a photograph of an emotion from given written word.


  43. Release Date: 20110404 Content Program: Match-Emotions1

    Student is asked to match identical photographs of emotions. Emotions include happy, sad, angry, suprised, scared, sleepy, sick, tired, mad, afraid.


  44. Release Date: 20110404 Content Program: Match-Emotions1ToWords

    Drill & practice in matching images of emotions to corresponding words.


  45. Release Date: 20110404 Content Program: Match-Emotions1NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given emotion with a similar, but not identical, image. Multiple exemplars are given for each emotion and similar emotions are excluded as distractors.


  46. Release Date: 20110404 Content Program: Ident-Emotions1

    Drill & practice in identification in selecting the correct photograph to match an emotion from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). Multiple exemplars are displayed for each emotion and similar emotions are excluded as distractors.


  47. Release Date: 20110309 Content Program: Ident-Clothing1

    Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of clothing to match a verbal request. Clothing items include shirt, pants, socks, shoes, coat, hat, shorts, scarf, gloves, belt, swimsuit, underwear, robe, dress and skirt.


  48. Release Date: 20110309 Content Program: Classify-Attributes3

    Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that belongs in a same category (furniture, clothing, tools, plants, insects, vehicles, musical instruments, sports, fruit, vegetables, pets, & money).


  49. Release Date: 20110309 Content Program: Match-Clothing1 NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given clothing item with a similar, but not identical, image.


  50. Release Date: 20110309 Content Program: Match-Clothing1ToWords

    Drill & practice in matching images of clothing to corresponding words.


  51. Release Date: 20110309 Content Program: Match-Clothing1FromWords

    Student is asked to select a photograph of clothing from given written word.


  52. Release Date: 20110309 Content Program: Match-Clothing1

    Student is asked to match identical photographs of clothing. Clothing items include shirt, pants, socks, shoes, coat, hat, shorts, scarf, gloves, belt, swimsuit, underwear, robe, dress and skirt.


  53. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Math-ConvertFractionToDecimal-L3

    Identify the decimal that is equivalent to the written fraction. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. Decimals are written to the hundredths place value (e.g., .5 is shown as .50).


  54. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Math-ConvertPieChartToFraction

    Identify the fraction that corresponds to the shaded portions of a given pie chart. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5.


  55. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFrom2Coins

    Drill & practice in adding up two coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of two coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (from 6 cents to 35 cents). After selecting the correct amount, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.


  56. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFrom3Coins

    Drill & practice in adding up three coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of three coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (7 cents to 60 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.


  57. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFromQtrs

    Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of quarters. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 25¢ to 250¢ (also stated as 2 dollars & 50 cents).


  58. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFromPennies

    Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of pennies. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 1¢ to 10¢.


  59. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFrom4Coins

    Drill & practice in adding up four coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of four coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (8 cents to 85 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.


  60. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Math-ConvertFractionToPieChart

    Identify the piechart that corresponds to the written fraction. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5.


  61. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Math-ConvertDecimalToFraction-L3

    Identify the fraction that is equivalent to the written decimal. Units represented are 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5. Decimals are written to the hundredths place value (e.g., .5 is shown as .50).


  62. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Match-Nums0to20

    Drill & practice in matching standard form of numbers from zero to twenty. Students are given visual and verbal cues.


  63. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFrom5Coins

    Drill & practice in adding up five coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). The image of five coins and a verbal command is given to find the correct amount of money (9 cents to 110 cents). After selecting the correct answer, a verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed “heads up”.


  64. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFromNickels

    Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of nickels. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct written amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 5¢ to 50¢.


  65. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Classify-Exclusions1

    Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that does not belong in a given category (includes size, shape, color).


  66. Release Date: 20101203 Content Program: Money-US CtsFromDimes

    Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of dimes. An image of coins are shown with the student choosing the correct amount to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 10¢ to 100¢ (also recognized as one dollar).


  67. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-FamilyMembers

    Drill and practice matching the correct photograph of family member(s).


  68. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: SS-USStatesToShapes

    Student is asked to select correct shape for the state named.


  69. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Animals-FarmToWords

    Drill & practice in matching images of farm animals to corresponding words.


  70. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Animals-Wild

    Match identical pictures of wild animals.


  71. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Foods-FruitFromWords

    Student is asked to select photograph of fruit from given word. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other fruits.


  72. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Foods-FruitToWords

    Student is asked to select a word for a given photograph of fruit. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other fruits.


  73. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-ShapesFromWords

    Student is asked to select an image of a shape from given word.


  74. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Money-US

    Match identical pictures of U.S. Money. Items extend from "penny" to "100 dollar bill". Excluded items are 50 cent coin and 2 dollar bill. "Heads" side of coins visible.


  75. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-BodyPartsFromWords

    Drill & practice in matching words to corresponding images of body parts.


  76. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Ident-Shapes

    Identification of basic geometric shapes. Shapes come in two variations, line drawings such as circle, square, triangle and 3-dimentional shapes such as cylinder, horizontal line and pyramid.


  77. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Animals-WildToWords

    Drill & practice in matching images of wild animals to corresponding words.


  78. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Animals-WildFromWords

    Student is asked to select photograph of a wild animal from given word.


  79. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: RC-ColorOfObject-L4

    Student is asked to select the color word to match the color of a named object in one of two given 4-word sentences.


  80. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: RC-ColorOfObject-L3

    Student is asked to select the color word to match the color of object in a given 4-word sentence.


  81. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Animals-FarmFromWords

    Student is asked to select photograph of a farm animal from given written word.


  82. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-BodyPartsToWords

    Drill & practice in matching images of body parts to corresponding words.


  83. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Animals-Farm

    Match identical pictures of farm animals.


  84. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: RC-ColorOfObject-L2-images

    Student is asked to select a color image to match the color of object in a 4-word sentence.


  85. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-ColorsAndShapesToWords

    Drill & practice in matching pictures of colored shapes to the corresponding words.


  86. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-Shapes

    Drill & practice in matching identical basic shapes, including 2D and 3D shapes.


  87. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-ColorsAndShapes

    Drill & practice in matching pictures with the same features (shape and color)


  88. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: SS-USStatesFromShapes

    Student is asked to select correct state for the given shape.


  89. Release Date: 20100309 Content Program: Match-ColorsAndShapesFromWords

    Drill & practice in matching words to the corresponding pictures of colored shapes.


  90. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Count-Balls1 1-10 ToNums

    Drill & practice in identifying the number of balls in an image. The student selects the number corresponding to the number of soccer balls in the stimulus image from 1 to 10. The balls are organized to promote counting by horizontal groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balls1 1-10 FrNums.


  91. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Count-Balls1 1-10 FrNums

    Drill & practice in identifying the number of balls in an image. The student selects the image displaying the correct number corresponding to the given number 1 to 10. The balls are organized to promote counting by horizontal groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balls1 1-10 ToNums.


  92. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Clock-Hrs

    Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 60 minute (1 hr.) units of time, (1 o’clock through 12 o’clock).


  93. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Clock-Half Hrs

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks display 30 minute units of time, but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program.


  94. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Digital Time-Qtr Hrs

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks display fifteen minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs.


  95. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Count-Fingers 1-10

    Drill & practice in counting to ten. Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of raised fingers from one to ten.


  96. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Colors1

    Drill & practice in matching colors (11 colors).


  97. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Colors1ToWords

    Drill & practice in matching color samples to their corresponding words (11 colors).


  98. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Balls1 1-10

    Drill & practice in matching images of 1 to 10 balls.


  99. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Colors1FromWords

    Drill & practice in matching words to their corresponding color sample. (11 colors).


  100. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Digital Time-Hrs

    Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 60 minute units of time (1 o’clock through 12 o’clock).


  101. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Count-Balloons1 1-10 ToNums

    Drill & practice in identifying the number of balloons in an image. The student selects the number corresponding to the number of balloons in the stimulus image from 1 to 10. The balloons are organized to promote counting by vertical groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balloons1 1-10 FrNums.


  102. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Clock-5 Mins

    Given a time, the student will match the correct clock face. Clocks display 5 minute units of time,but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence.


  103. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Clock-Qtr Hrs

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Clocks diplay fifteen minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs.


  104. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Balloons1 1-10

    Drill & practice in matching images of 1 -10 balloons.


  105. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Ident-FamilyMembers

    Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a family member to match a verbal request. Family members included are: parents, family,children, mother, father, brother, sister, grandparents, grandmother, grandfather, extended family, wife, husband, son, daughter, grandchildren, grandson, granddaughter.


  106. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Digital Time-Half Hrs

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Digital clocks display 30 minute units of time, but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program.


  107. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Count-Pegs 1-4 (USA)

    Drill & practice in counting to four. Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of colored pegs from one to four on a two by two board. The position of the pegs is randomized by default to aid in teaching the concept of numbers rather than position.


  108. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Match-Digital Time-5 Mins

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Digital clocks display 5 minute units of time, but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence.


  109. Release Date: 20091109 Content Program: Count-Balloons1 1-10 FrNums

    Drill & practice in identifying the number of balloons in an image. The student selects the image displaying the correct number corresponding to the given number 1 to 10. The balloons are organized to promote counting by vertical groups. The concept reinforcement also demonstrates this stratagy of counting. This is the opposite program from the Count-Balloons1 1-10 ToNums.


  110. Release Date: 20090623 Content Program: Words-Dolch4-2nd

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the fourth of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: would, very, your, tell, sit, because.


  111. Release Date: 20090623 Content Program: Words-Dolch1-PK

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the first of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: the, to, and, you, big, help, run.


  112. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Pronouns

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (pronoun) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: I, me, she, them, everone, and ourselves. Options are in lower case letters.


  113. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-Clock-Half Hrs

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are of thirty minute multiples but do not cover even hours as they are covered in the hours program.


  114. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Objects1ToWords

    Drill & practice in recognition of basic words for common objects of the Ident-Objects1 program


  115. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Adverbs1

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (adverb) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Adverbs include: no, almost, yes, too, now, very, far, before, near, after, then, once, twice, really, about. Options are in lower case letters.


  116. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-Clock-Hrs

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are of each hour (1 o'clock through 12 o'clock) in standard time.


  117. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Foods-VegFromWords

    Student is asked to select photograph of vegetable from given word. Examples of vegetables are: carrot, carrots, green bean, potato, etc. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other vegetables.


  118. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-Patterns1

    Drill & practice in recognizing a pattern presented visually and choosing the image that would come next. Patterns include colors, shapes, increasing amounts, and decreasing amounts. Patterns are all made up of images.


  119. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: SS-USStatesFromCapitals

    Student is asked to select correct State for the given capital city.


  120. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-DaysOfWeek-Before

    Drill & practice in recognizing the previous day of the week. This program displays a day of the week and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next day. All of the days of the week are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a visual cue.


  121. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumAdd XXs Plus 10

    Drill & practice in adding 10 to a given number. One problem is selected for each multiple of ten, from 7+10 to 93+10. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. This skill is to promote the concept of "10" and prepare the student for adding money, ie: dimes.


  122. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Phonics-Word Sounds-Beg1 V2 (USA)

    Drill & practice in phonics of a given letter (prompt includes letter and phonetic sound). Student must select the appropriate picture whose name would begin with the given sound. Soft and hard sounds are included for "c" and "g", as are long and short sounds for the vowels. Teachers may want to change the order in which the sounds are presented to match the order used in the classroom. The Concept Reinforcement (CR) is of the word (this means on a correct response the student's attention is directed to the name of the selected image while hearing the correct response audio).


  123. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Objects1

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (item names from Objects1 program) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: ball, cup, bed, cat, baby, knife, crayon, and teddy bear. Options are in lower case letters.


  124. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-Label The Clock2

    Drill & practice in completing an analog clock face with no numbers present (just slashes). Student must select the numbers that belong in the empty boxes on a given clock face.


  125. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Nums Tens 10to90

    Drill & practice in identifying standard form of numbers from 10 to 100 by tens. Students are given a verbal cue only.


  126. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-MonthsOfYear

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (month) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are: January - December.


  127. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 10-19

    Drill & practice in selecting the number that comes after a given number (10 - 19), counting forward by ones.


  128. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-Misc-Ordinal Numbers

    Drill & practice in selecting the item in the correct position (from verbal command). Four to Six items are displayed and student must select shape, letter, etc. that appears in "first, second…sixth or last".


  129. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-NumsFromWords 0-20

    Drill & practice in matching a given number in word form (0-20) to the correct number in standard form.


  130. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Foods-Fruits

    Drill & practice in identification in selecting the correct photograph to match a fruit from a verbal command (no visual stimulus). A large variety of fruits are shown, both as single fruits and as plural (clusters). Distracters are incorrect fruits.


  131. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Objects2

    Drill & practice in matching identical items from Objects2 program.


  132. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-Months-Before

    Drill & practice in recognizing the previous day of the month. This program displays a month of the year and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the previous month. The months of the year are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a visual cue.


  133. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Objects2FromWords

    Drill & practice in recognition of basic words for common objects.


  134. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Words-3 letter-LC

    Drill & practice in selecting the identical 3 letter word to the one presented visually.


  135. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-MonthsToAbbrev

    Student is asked to select the correct standard month abbreviation from the given month. Standard 3-letter abbreviations are for most months. Sep. and Sept. are used for September. June and July are usually not abbreviated, but are presented as Jun. and Jul. to give the student exposure to these less common abbreviations. May is not abbreviated.


  136. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Nums 0to20

    Drill & practice in identifying standard form of numbers from zero to twenty. Students are given a verbal cue only.


  137. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumSeq Nxt 25

    Drill & practice in counting by 25 by selecting the number that comes next (given 3 consecutive numbers in the "counting by 25's" pattern). Number sequences range from 25 to 225. This skill leads to ability to count money, ie: quarters.


  138. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Objects1

    Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a common object to match a verbal request. Objects included are: ball, block, crayon, teddybear, doll, book, cup, bowl, plate, spoon, fork, knife, shoe, baby, bird, bottle, car, cat, dog, house, tree, water, banana, bed, pillow, blanket, and towel.


  139. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumSeq Nxt 05

    Drill & practice in counting by fives by selecting the number that comes next (given 3 consecutive numbers in the "counting by fives" pattern). Number sequences range from 5 to 95.


  140. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Letters-UCtoLC

    Drill & practice in choosing the matching uppercase letter to the visually displayed lowercase letter of the alphabet.


  141. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Dolch5-3rd

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the fifth of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: long, never, today, bring, hold, show.


  142. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Letters-LCtoUC

    Drill & practice in choosing the matching uppercase letter to the visually displayed lowercase letter of the alphabet


  143. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 20+

    Drill & practice in selecting the number that comes after a given number (20-99), counting forward by ones.


  144. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Sounds1

    Drill & practice in matching the given sound to the image that makes it (cow, cat, clock, bird, phone, dog, baby, toilet). Auditory stimulus only (with realistic sounds).


  145. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Colors

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (colour) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: green, blue, red, purple, yellow, gray, brown, orange, black, white, and pink. Options are in lower case letters.


  146. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Words-2 letter-LC

    Drill & practice in selecting the identical word to the one presented visually. Words include similar presentations, such as "no" and "on" to encourage visual discrimination practice for beginning and ending letters.


  147. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Objects2

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (item names from Objects2 program) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: bat, pen, hat cow, paint, broom, grapes, flashlight, and toilet paper. Options are in lower case letters.


  148. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: WA-Synonyms1

    Drill & practice in selecting the synonym of words presented orally and textually. The definition of "synonym" is repeated in the response. Example words are: big: large, city: town, add: plus, in: enter, tame: gentle, etc.


  149. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Count-Dots 1to10

    Drill & practice in counting to ten. Student is verbally asked to select the picture with a number of black dots from one to ten.


  150. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Spatial-Prepositions1

    Drill & practice in selecting the correct picture to match the position stated of a ball relative to a table. The pictures and commands are for a ball on a table, under a table, beside a table, in front of a table and behind a table.


  151. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-Patterns2

    Drill & practice in recognizing a pattern presented visually and choosing the image that would come next. Patterns include counting bars, numbers, letters, even numbers, counting backwards, and fractional pictures.


  152. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-Measurements-Time

    Drill & practice in basic conversion facts for seconds, minutes, days, hours, weeks, months, years, dozen.


  153. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-DaysFromAbbrev

    Student is asked to select the correct day of the week from a standard abbreviation. Tuesday and Thursday are presented with multiple abbreviations (Tue., Tues., Thu., Thur., Thurs.) to provide instruction on commonly used forms.


  154. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Dolch3-1st

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the third of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: some, ask, from, put, old, let, stop.


  155. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Animals-Wild

    Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a wild animal to match a verbal request. Wild animals included are: lion, tiger, monkey, elephant, zebra, giraffe, kangaroo, alligator, bear, snake, rhinoceros, skunk, lizard, fish, turtle, mouse, bird, frog, camel, llama, ostrich, and buffalo.


  156. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-DaysOfWeek-After

    Drill & practice in recognizing the next day of the week. This program displays a day of the week and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next day. The days of the week are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a cue.


  157. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Dolch2-K

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a high-frequency sight word (Dolch) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are presented in lower case letters. This is the second of 5 Dolch sight word lists. Words include: was, that, all, this, ran, who, say.


  158. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-DaysOfWeek

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (day of week) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words are: Sunday - Saturday.


  159. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-FamilyMembers

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (family member) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: mom, dad, mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter, mama, papam grandma, grandmother, .... Options are in lower case letters.


  160. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Colors

    Student is asked to select the correct color "blob" to match a verbally named color. The colors included are: green, blue, red, purple, yellow, gray, brown, orange, black, white and pink. The "blobs" are indistinct shapes in insure association with their color.


  161. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-ArtConjMisc

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (articals, conjunctions, & Misc.) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: a, an, the, and, or, all, oh, but, nor, and wow. Options are in lower case letters.


  162. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Classify-Attributes1

    Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that belongs in a given category (includes size, shape, color).


  163. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Foods-Vegetables

    Drill & practice in identification of vegetables by selecting the correct photograph to match a given vegetable (item name is included as default). Examples of vegetables are: carrot, carrots, green bean, potato, etc. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are chosen from incorrect vegetables.


  164. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-Clock-Qtr Hrs

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are fifteen minute multiples but exclude times covered in the hours and the half hours time programs.


  165. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Animals-Farm

    Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a farm animal to match a verbal request. Farm animals included are: cow, horse, dog, duck, pig, rooster, cat, sheep, kitten, calf, duckling, hen, lamb, puppy, chick, donkey.


  166. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-Clock-5 Mins

    Given a time, the student will choose the correct clock face. Times are five minute multiples but exclude times covered in the other time programs, and vary from total to random through a 12 hour sequence.


  167. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-Measurements-Months

    Drill & practice in basic conversion facts for the number of days in each month. The "number of days" poem is presented in the response or as part of the stimulus to teach the days in each month.


  168. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Adjectives1

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (adjective) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Adjectives include: my, hot, new, good, tired, happy, young, its, bad, tall, your, broken, hungry, dangerous, his, etc. Options are in lower case letters.


  169. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Survival

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (survival) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: STOP, GO, EXIT, BOYS, WALK, and RESTROOM. Options are in upper case letters.


  170. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: SS-USStatesToCapitals

    Student is asked to select the capital city for the given State.


  171. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Foods-Fruits

    Match identical pictures of common fruit. Most fruits are singular, but some plurals are included.


  172. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Nums 0to100

    Drill & practice in identifying standard form of numbers from zero to one hundred. Students are given a verbal cue only.


  173. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumAdd 01s 0-9

    Drill & practice in adding one to a given number, 1-9. Given a verbal and visual command, the student must select the correct answer.


  174. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-MonthsFromAbbrev

    Student is asked to select the correct month from the given abbreviation. Standard 3-letter abbreviations are for most months. Both Sep. and Sept. are used for September. June and July are usually not abbreviated, but are presented as Jun. and Jul. to give the student exposure to these less common abbreviations. May is not abbreviated.


  175. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: SS-USStatesToAbbrev-L1

    Student is asked to select the correct two letter standard Abbreviation from the given US State printed name. This Level 1 (L1) version is relatively easy since the distracters are any other state abbreviation and therefore are easier to discriminate.


  176. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Words-Verbs1

    Drill & practice in choosing the written form of a word (verbs) that corresponds with the oral presentation. Words include: go, is, eat, run, give, stop, look, have, want, and love. Options are in lower case letters


  177. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-Nums 1to10-Before

    Drill & practice in recalling the previous number, given a random number from 1 to 10. The numbers 0 through 10 appear at the top of the screen as a visual cue.


  178. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Phonics-Word Sounds-Beg1 V1 (USA)

    Drill & practice in phonics of a given letter (prompt includes letter and phonetic sound). Student must select the appropriate picture whose name would begin with the given sound. Soft and hard sounds are included for "c" and "g", as are long and short sounds for the vowels. Teachers may want to change the order in which the sounds are presented to match the order used in the classroom. The Concept Reinforcement (CR) is of the image (this means on a correct response the student's attention is directed to the selected image while hearing the correct response audio).


  179. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-ColorsAndShapes

    Student is verbally requested to select the correct shape (square, circle, triangle or star) of a certain color (red, green or blue).


  180. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-BodyParts-LS1

    Match identical pictures of basic body parts. Body parts include arm, finger, foot, head, knee, facial features, back, elbow, eyebrows, palm, etc.


  181. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Objects1

    Drill & practice in matching identical items from Objects1 program (including: ball, cat, etc)


  182. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Objects1FromWords

    Drill & practice in recognition of common objects from words. Objects are from the Objects1 group.


  183. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-Months-After

    Drill & practice in recognizing the next day of the month. This program displays a month of the year and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next month. The months of the year are displayed in order at the top of the screen as a visual cue.


  184. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumSeq Nxt 10

    Drill & practice in counting by tens by selecting the number that comes next (given 3 consecutive numbers in the "counting by tens" pattern). Number sequences range from 10 - 90.


  185. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Sequence-Nums 0to9-After

    Drill & practice in recognizing the next number. This program displays a number 0 to 9 and then prompts verbally for the student to choose the next number. The numbers 0 through 10 are displayed at the top of the screen as a visual cue.


  186. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Classify-Attributes2

    Drill & practice in recognition of similar attributes in a given group of items and using this information to select an object that belongs in a same category (foods, numbers, letters, animals, toys, shapes, colors).


  187. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Foods-Vegetables

    Match identical pictures of common vegetables. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included.


  188. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 100-1K

    Drill & practice in comparing the value of two numbers (100 to 1000) by selecting the correct symbol: greater than, less than or equal.


  189. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: WA-Analogies1

    Drill & practice in recognizing the pattern of comparison in an analogy. The student is given a set of words and then one word. He or she must select the correct word to complete the set using the same pattern. The same words are used in this program as the words in "synonyms" and "antonyms".


  190. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-AM PM

    Drill & practice in selecting the appropriate time of day (AM or PM) for different activities, such as breakfast, lunch, dinner, bedtime, morning and evening.


  191. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-Label The Clock1

    Drill & practice in completing an analog clock face. Student must select the number that is missing to complete the clock face.


  192. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Letters-UC

    Drill & practice in choosing the match to the given lower case letter (visual cue) with various fonts


  193. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Objects2ToWords

    Drill & practice in recognition of basic words for common objects.


  194. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumMult 09s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 9s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  195. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Classify-Groups1

    Drill & practice in choosing items that belong in a given group. Student is asked to select members of the following groups: animals, letters, numbers, toys, food, drinks, words, signs, furniture, clothing, plants, insects, shapes, colors, tools.


  196. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 0-9

    Drill & practice in selecting the number that comes after a given number (1 - 9), counting forward by ones.


  197. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 0-100

    Drill & practice in comparing the value of two numbers (0 to 100) by selecting the correct symbol: greater than, less than or equal.


  198. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Letters-LC

    Drill & practice in choosing the match to the given lower case letter (visual cue) with various fonts


  199. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-NumsToWords 0-20

    Drill & practice in matching a given number (0-20) to the correct written word.


  200. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Spatial-Prepositions1

    Match identical images of various spatial positions of a ball relative to a table. Concepts presented include on, under, beside, in front, and behind.


  201. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: WA-Antonyms1

    Drill & practice in selecting the antonym of words presented orally and textually. The definition of "antonym" is repeated in the response. Example words are: loud: quiet, skinny: fat, tame: wild, dirty: clean, more: less, etc.


  202. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-BodyParts

    Drill & practice in selecting the photo-image to match the verbal command. Body parts include arm, finger, foot, head, knee, facial features, back, elbow, eyebrows, palm, etc.


  203. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Die 1-6

    Student selects the single die to match the dot pattern on the given die (1-6).


  204. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Nums Digital 0-100 NI

    Drill & practice in non-identical matching digital numbers from zero to one hundred (45 numbers). The numbers are from 0 to 20 and then sparsely from there to 100. There are 3 number formats: black on white, black on gray, and green on black. This program helps prepare the student for digital time and other digital displays.


  205. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Match-Foods-VegToWords

    Student is asked to select a word for a given vegetable photograph. Examples of vegetables are: carrot, carrots, green bean, potato, etc. Most vegetables are singular, but some plurals are included. Distracters are photographs of other vegetables.


  206. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Ident-Nums Digital 0-100

    Drill & practice in identifying digital display formats of numbers from zero to one hundred (45 numbers). The numbers are from 0 to 20 and then sparsely from there to 100. There are 3 different digital displays randomized if the student has image randomization turned on (by default). There are 3 number formats: black on white, black on gray, and green on black. This program helps prepare the student for digital time and other digital displays.


  207. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: Time-DaysToAbbrev

    Student is asked to select the correct standard abbreviation from the given day of the week. Tuesday and Thursday are presented with multiple abbreviations (Tue., Tues., Thu., Thur., Thurs.) to provide instruction on commonly used forms.


  208. Release Date: 20090528 Content Program: SS-USStatesFromAbbrev-L1

    Student is asked to match the correct US State printed name from the given two letter standard Abbreviation. This Level 1 (L1) version is relatively easy since the distracters are any other state abbreviation and therefore are easier to discriminate.


  209. Release Date: 20070316 Content Program: Count-Die 1-6 FromNums

    Select correct die for the given number (1-6).


  210. Release Date: 20070316 Content Program: Count-Die 1-6 ToNums

    Select the correct number for the given die face (1-6). The die is the stimulus image displayed at the top of the screen and the target and distracters are numbers (digits).


  211. Release Date: 20070316 Content Program: Match-Dice 2-12

    Student selects the corresponding number for dots shown on a pair of dice (2-12). There are 21 items showing all combinations except for equivalents (like 4,2 and 2,4). In this case the larger number is shown on the left (4,2).


  212. Release Date: 20070316 Content Program: Count-Dice 2-12 ToNums

    Select correct number for the given pair of dice (2-12). There are 21 items showing all combinations except for equivalents (like 4,2 and 2,4). In this case the larger number is shown on the left (4,2).


  213. Release Date: 20070316 Content Program: Count-Dice 2-12 FromNums

    Select the correct number of dots from a pair of dice for the given number (2-12). There are 21 items showing all combinations except for equivalents (like 4,2 and 2,4). In this case the larger number is shown on the left.


  214. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 06s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 6's (6-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  215. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsToQtrs

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of quarters. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 25¢ to 250¢ (also stated as 2 dollars & 50 cents).


  216. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsToDimes

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of dimes. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 10¢ to 100¢ (also recognized as one dollar).


  217. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsToNickels

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of nickels. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 5¢ to 50¢.


  218. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumSums 11-18

    Drill & practice in single-digit addition facts with sums from 11 up to 18. This, in combination with NumAddFactsSumsto10, is preparation for regrouping addition problems. Communitive property is shown for most facts and presentation varies between horizontal and vertical. Vocabulary includes "plus", "and", "sum" and "equal".


  219. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 01s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 1s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  220. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsTo5Coins

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up to five coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 9 cents to 110 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of coins moving as each is counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up".


  221. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-Misc-Odd Even

    Drill & practice in recognizing odd & even numbers. A random number between 1 - 100 will be displayed with student choosing "odd" or "even".


  222. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 02s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 2's (2-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  223. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumSums 02-10

    Drill & practice in basic addition facts with sums up to ten. Communitive property is shown for most facts and presentation varies between horizontal and vertical. Vocabulary includes "plus", "and", "sum" and "equal".


  224. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumAdd 01s 10-19

    Drill & practice in adding one to a given number 10-19. Given a verbal and visual command, the student must select the correct answer from three choices.


  225. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 07s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 7s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  226. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 00s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 0s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  227. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 02s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 2s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  228. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 03s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 3s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  229. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumAdd 01s 20+

    Drill & practice in adding one to a given number 20-99. Problems are a random sampling. Given a verbal and visual command, the student must select the correct answer from three choices.


  230. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumAdd 05s

    Drill & practice in adding 5 to a given number, from 5+5 to 100+5. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt.


  231. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumAdd 05s Plus 10

    Drill & practice in adding 10 to a given number ending in 5, from 5+10 to 95+10. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. This skill is to build the concept of "10" and to prepare students for counting money, ie: dimes.


  232. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumAdd 10s

    Drill & practice in adding 10 to a given number, from 10+10 to 100+10. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt.


  233. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumAdd 25s

    Drill & practice in adding 25 to a given number, from 25+25 to 225+25. Student selects correct answer from choices after receiving a verbal and visual prompt. This skill is to prepare students to count money, ie: quarters.


  234. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 04s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 4s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  235. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 05s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 5s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  236. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 06s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 6s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  237. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsTo4Coins

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 7 cents to 60 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of a finger following along and counting the money to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up".


  238. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumMult 08s

    Drill & practice in basic multiplication facts for 8s presented both horizontally & vertically and including most communitive forms.


  239. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumSums 00s

    Drill & practice in finding sums when zero is added to any number (0 to 250). Purpose is to develop the concept of the identity property of addition. Emphasis is on the first twenty numbers with others at random. Presentation alternates between vertical and horizontal and includes communitive properties.


  240. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumSums 01s 0-9

    Drill & practice in adding one in an equation format presented vertically and horizontally. The communitive form is included.


  241. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-NumSums 01s 10-18

    Drill & practice in adding one (to 10 - 18) in an equation format presented vertically and horizontally. The communitive form is included.


  242. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: WhQ-What-Action-Item

    Drill & practice in matching the given task (verbal command) to a picture of the item used to perform the task. Tasks include: color, cut, paint, brush teeth, eat, write, brush hair, wash, comb hair, drink, sweep, blow nose, clean carpet, dry, cook, build, hit ball, catch.


  243. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Match-Objects1-NI

    Drill & practice in generalizing the basic concept of an image by its attributes. Student must match the given image with a similar, but not identical, image.


  244. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: WhQ-What-Action-BodyPart

    Student is asked to select the correct photograph to match the verbally named body function. The body part functions are: see, talk, smell, kiss, taste, write, point, hear, run, and chew.


  245. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 1000-1M

    Drill & practice in comparing the value of two numbers (1000 to 999,999) by selecting the correct symbol: greater than, less than or equal.


  246. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsTo2Coins

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up two coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 6 cents to 35 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins moving as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up".


  247. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-WP-Subtraction1

    Drill & practice in recognizing clue words for one-step word problems for subtraction and solving the word problem using graphic aids. Subtraction problems involve facts through 18 and numbers are varied in the problems to encourage calculation rather than memorization. The verbal response emphasizes that "less" means subtract and is accompanied by a visual response of the equation. Data appears as numbers and as written words (random) and distracters include the answer for when data is added.


  248. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsTo3Coins

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in adding up to three coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). A verbal command is given to find the coins to represent a value and the student must choose the correct image (from 7 cents to 60 cents). Verbal response is accompanied by visual animation of the coins as they are counted to reinforce the process rather than memorization. Money is displayed "heads up".


  249. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US Ident

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in identifying US money from verbal request (no visual). Items extend from "penny" to "100 dollar bill". Excluded items are 50¢ coin and $2 dollar bill. "Heads" side of coins visable.


  250. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 07s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 7's (7-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  251. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US Cents

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in recognizing photographs of penny, nickel, dime, quarter and one-dollar bill and matching such to correct value in cents. Dollar bill is used to represent 100 cents. "Heads" side of coins is visable.


  252. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Money-US CtsToPennies

    (US Money Images) Drill & practice in determining the value of a given set of pennies. Value given visually and verbally with student choosing photograph with correct number of coins to equal this value. Amounts proceed from 1¢ to 10¢.


  253. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-WP-Addition1

    Solving addition word problems with an emphasis on addition means "there will be more" with clue words, such as "in all" and "altogether". Data appears as numbers and as written words (random) with a variety of variables to require actually solving the problem, rather than memorizing the answer. Corresponding graphics are included as aids in this beginning program and the equation is displayed with the response.


  254. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 05s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 5's (5-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  255. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Ident-Letters-LC

    Student is given a verbal command to select a letter from the alphabet. The choices are all in lower case (a - z).


  256. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Ident-Letters-MC

    Student is given a verbal command to select a letter from the alphabet. The choices are all in upper and lower case (A a - Z z).


  257. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Ident-Letters-UC

    Student is given a verbal command to select a letter from the alphabet. The choices are all in upper case (A - Z).


  258. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 09s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 9's (9-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  259. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Ident-Objects2

    Student is asked to choose the correct photograph of a common object to match a verbal request. Objects included are: clalk, paintbrush, toothbrush, orange, hammer, bucket, eraser, hat, pencil, keys, toilet paper, chapstick, flashlight, glass, grapes, paint, pen, radio, scissors, telephone, toothpaste, clock, chair, chalkboard, comb, cow, flower, pot, ring, table, hair brush, soap, broom, tissue, vacuum, stove, blocks, bat, and glove.


  260. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 03s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 3's (3-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  261. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 08s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 8's (8-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  262. Release Date: 20060703 Content Program: Math-SkipCounting By 04s

    Drill & practice in skip-counting by 4's (4-100) to practice repeated addition and to prepare for multiplication facts. Partial hundred's chart is used as a cue and this same chart is used in the response with the corresponding sequence highlighted to emphasize the pattern.


  263. Release Date: 20000101 Content Program: doublecheck

    This update re-runs some important updates.


Complete List of DT Trainer Content Programs


  • 1. Match-ShapesToWords
  • 2. Money-US CtsFrom3Coins
  • 3. Ident-Attributes-L1
  • 4. Ident-Attributes-L2
  • 5. WhQ-What-Sign-Symbol-L1
  • 6. WhQ-What-Sign-Symbol-L2
  • 7. Ident-Vehicles1
  • 8. Ident-Signs-Safety-L1
  • 9. Match-Signs-Safety-L2 NI
  • 10. Match-Signs-Safety-L1FrWords
  • 11. Match-Vehicles1 NI
  • 12. Match-Signs-School
  • 13. Match-Signs-Safety-L1
  • 14. Match-Vehicles1
  • 15. Ident-Signs-School
  • 16. Match-Signs-Safety-L2
  • 17. Match-Signs-Safety-L1ToWords
  • 18. Match-Vehicles1ToWords
  • 19. Match-Vehicles1FromWords
  • 20. Match-Signs-School NI
  • 21. Match-Signs-Safety-L2FrWords
  • 22. Match-Signs-Safety-L1 NI
  • 23. Match-Signs-SchoolFromWords
  • 24. Ident-Signs-Safety-L2
  • 25. Match-Signs-Safety-L2ToWords
  • 26. Match-Signs-SchoolToWords
  • 27. Match-Foods-GeneralToWords
  • 28. Match-Foods-SnacksToWords
  • 29. Match-Foods-General
  • 30. Match-Foods-FastFood NI
  • 31. Match-Foods-Snacks
  • 32. Ident-Foods-Snacks
  • 33. Ident-Foods-General
  • 34. Match-Foods-Snacks NI
  • 35. Match-Foods-FastFoodFromWords
  • 36. Match-Foods-General NI
  • 37. Match-Foods-GeneralFromWords
  • 38. Ident-Foods-FastFood
  • 39. Match-Foods-FastFoodToWords
  • 40. Match-Foods-SnacksFromWords
  • 41. Match-Foods-FastFood
  • 42. Match-Emotions1FromWords
  • 43. Match-Emotions1
  • 44. Match-Emotions1ToWords
  • 45. Match-Emotions1NI
  • 46. Ident-Emotions1
  • 47. Ident-Clothing1
  • 48. Classify-Attributes3
  • 49. Match-Clothing1 NI
  • 50. Match-Clothing1ToWords
  • 51. Match-Clothing1FromWords
  • 52. Match-Clothing1
  • 53. Math-ConvertFractionToDecimal-L3
  • 54. Math-ConvertPieChartToFraction
  • 55. Money-US CtsFrom2Coins
  • 56. Money-US CtsFrom3Coins
  • 57. Money-US CtsFromQtrs
  • 58. Money-US CtsFromPennies
  • 59. Money-US CtsFrom4Coins
  • 60. Math-ConvertFractionToPieChart
  • 61. Math-ConvertDecimalToFraction-L3
  • 62. Match-Nums0to20
  • 63. Money-US CtsFrom5Coins
  • 64. Money-US CtsFromNickels
  • 65. Classify-Exclusions1
  • 66. Money-US CtsFromDimes
  • 67. Match-FamilyMembers
  • 68. SS-USStatesToShapes
  • 69. Match-Animals-FarmToWords
  • 70. Match-Animals-Wild
  • 71. Match-Foods-FruitFromWords
  • 72. Match-Foods-FruitToWords
  • 73. Match-ShapesFromWords
  • 74. Match-Money-US
  • 75. Match-BodyPartsFromWords
  • 76. Ident-Shapes
  • 77. Match-Animals-WildToWords
  • 78. Match-Animals-WildFromWords
  • 79. RC-ColorOfObject-L4
  • 80. RC-ColorOfObject-L3
  • 81. Match-Animals-FarmFromWords
  • 82. Match-BodyPartsToWords
  • 83. Match-Animals-Farm
  • 84. RC-ColorOfObject-L2-images
  • 85. Match-ColorsAndShapesToWords
  • 86. Match-Shapes
  • 87. Match-ColorsAndShapes
  • 88. SS-USStatesFromShapes
  • 89. Match-ColorsAndShapesFromWords
  • 90. Count-Balls1 1-10 ToNums
  • 91. Count-Balls1 1-10 FrNums
  • 92. Match-Clock-Hrs
  • 93. Match-Clock-Half Hrs
  • 94. Match-Digital Time-Qtr Hrs
  • 95. Count-Fingers 1-10
  • 96. Match-Colors1
  • 97. Match-Colors1ToWords
  • 98. Match-Balls1 1-10
  • 99. Match-Colors1FromWords
  • 100. Match-Digital Time-Hrs
  • 101. Count-Balloons1 1-10 ToNums
  • 102. Match-Clock-5 Mins
  • 103. Match-Clock-Qtr Hrs
  • 104. Match-Balloons1 1-10
  • 105. Ident-FamilyMembers
  • 106. Match-Digital Time-Half Hrs
  • 107. Count-Pegs 1-4 (USA)
  • 108. Match-Digital Time-5 Mins
  • 109. Count-Balloons1 1-10 FrNums
  • 110. Words-Dolch4-2nd
  • 111. Words-Dolch1-PK
  • 112. Words-Pronouns
  • 113. Time-Clock-Half Hrs
  • 114. Match-Objects1ToWords
  • 115. Words-Adverbs1
  • 116. Time-Clock-Hrs
  • 117. Match-Foods-VegFromWords
  • 118. Sequence-Patterns1
  • 119. SS-USStatesFromCapitals
  • 120. Sequence-DaysOfWeek-Before
  • 121. Math-NumAdd XXs Plus 10
  • 122. Phonics-Word Sounds-Beg1 V2 (USA)
  • 123. Words-Objects1
  • 124. Time-Label The Clock2
  • 125. Ident-Nums Tens 10to90
  • 126. Words-MonthsOfYear
  • 127. Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 10-19
  • 128. Math-Misc-Ordinal Numbers
  • 129. Match-NumsFromWords 0-20
  • 130. Ident-Foods-Fruits
  • 131. Match-Objects2
  • 132. Sequence-Months-Before
  • 133. Match-Objects2FromWords
  • 134. Match-Words-3 letter-LC
  • 135. Time-MonthsToAbbrev
  • 136. Ident-Nums 0to20
  • 137. Math-NumSeq Nxt 25
  • 138. Ident-Objects1
  • 139. Math-NumSeq Nxt 05
  • 140. Match-Letters-UCtoLC
  • 141. Words-Dolch5-3rd
  • 142. Match-Letters-LCtoUC
  • 143. Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 20+
  • 144. Ident-Sounds1
  • 145. Words-Colors
  • 146. Match-Words-2 letter-LC
  • 147. Words-Objects2
  • 148. WA-Synonyms1
  • 149. Count-Dots 1to10
  • 150. Spatial-Prepositions1
  • 151. Sequence-Patterns2
  • 152. Math-Measurements-Time
  • 153. Time-DaysFromAbbrev
  • 154. Words-Dolch3-1st
  • 155. Ident-Animals-Wild
  • 156. Sequence-DaysOfWeek-After
  • 157. Words-Dolch2-K
  • 158. Words-DaysOfWeek
  • 159. Words-FamilyMembers
  • 160. Ident-Colors
  • 161. Words-ArtConjMisc
  • 162. Classify-Attributes1
  • 163. Ident-Foods-Vegetables
  • 164. Time-Clock-Qtr Hrs
  • 165. Ident-Animals-Farm
  • 166. Time-Clock-5 Mins
  • 167. Math-Measurements-Months
  • 168. Words-Adjectives1
  • 169. Words-Survival
  • 170. SS-USStatesToCapitals
  • 171. Match-Foods-Fruits
  • 172. Ident-Nums 0to100
  • 173. Math-NumAdd 01s 0-9
  • 174. Time-MonthsFromAbbrev
  • 175. SS-USStatesToAbbrev-L1
  • 176. Words-Verbs1
  • 177. Sequence-Nums 1to10-Before
  • 178. Phonics-Word Sounds-Beg1 V1 (USA)
  • 179. Ident-ColorsAndShapes
  • 180. Match-BodyParts-LS1
  • 181. Match-Objects1
  • 182. Match-Objects1FromWords
  • 183. Sequence-Months-After
  • 184. Math-NumSeq Nxt 10
  • 185. Sequence-Nums 0to9-After
  • 186. Classify-Attributes2
  • 187. Match-Foods-Vegetables
  • 188. Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 100-1K
  • 189. WA-Analogies1
  • 190. Time-AM PM
  • 191. Time-Label The Clock1
  • 192. Match-Letters-UC
  • 193. Match-Objects2ToWords
  • 194. Math-NumMult 09s
  • 195. Classify-Groups1
  • 196. Math-NumSeq Nxt 01 0-9
  • 197. Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 0-100
  • 198. Match-Letters-LC
  • 199. Match-NumsToWords 0-20
  • 200. Match-Spatial-Prepositions1
  • 201. WA-Antonyms1
  • 202. Ident-BodyParts
  • 203. Match-Die 1-6
  • 204. Match-Nums Digital 0-100 NI
  • 205. Match-Foods-VegToWords
  • 206. Ident-Nums Digital 0-100
  • 207. Time-DaysToAbbrev
  • 208. SS-USStatesFromAbbrev-L1
  • 209. Count-Die 1-6 FromNums
  • 210. Count-Die 1-6 ToNums
  • 211. Match-Dice 2-12
  • 212. Count-Dice 2-12 ToNums
  • 213. Count-Dice 2-12 FromNums
  • 214. Math-SkipCounting By 06s
  • 215. Money-US CtsToQtrs
  • 216. Money-US CtsToDimes
  • 217. Money-US CtsToNickels
  • 218. Math-NumSums 11-18
  • 219. Math-NumMult 01s
  • 220. Money-US CtsTo5Coins
  • 221. Math-Misc-Odd Even
  • 222. Math-SkipCounting By 02s
  • 223. Math-NumSums 02-10
  • 224. Math-NumAdd 01s 10-19
  • 225. Math-NumMult 07s
  • 226. Math-NumMult 00s
  • 227. Math-NumMult 02s
  • 228. Math-NumMult 03s
  • 229. Math-NumAdd 01s 20+
  • 230. Math-NumAdd 05s
  • 231. Math-NumAdd 05s Plus 10
  • 232. Math-NumAdd 10s
  • 233. Math-NumAdd 25s
  • 234. Math-NumMult 04s
  • 235. Math-NumMult 05s
  • 236. Math-NumMult 06s
  • 237. Money-US CtsTo4Coins
  • 238. Math-NumMult 08s
  • 239. Math-NumSums 00s
  • 240. Math-NumSums 01s 0-9
  • 241. Math-NumSums 01s 10-18
  • 242. WhQ-What-Action-Item
  • 243. Match-Objects1-NI
  • 244. WhQ-What-Action-BodyPart
  • 245. Math-Misc-GT LT EQ 1000-1M
  • 246. Money-US CtsTo2Coins
  • 247. Math-WP-Subtraction1
  • 248. Money-US CtsTo3Coins
  • 249. Money-US Ident
  • 250. Math-SkipCounting By 07s
  • 251. Money-US Cents
  • 252. Money-US CtsToPennies
  • 253. Math-WP-Addition1
  • 254. Math-SkipCounting By 05s
  • 255. Ident-Letters-LC
  • 256. Ident-Letters-MC
  • 257. Ident-Letters-UC
  • 258. Math-SkipCounting By 09s
  • 259. Ident-Objects2
  • 260. Math-SkipCounting By 03s
  • 261. Math-SkipCounting By 08s
  • 262. Math-SkipCounting By 04s
  • 263. doublecheck