Educational games for small children
DescriptionA large collection of educational games for small children, designed to be a unified interface to integrate more educational games. Language-oriented games contain vocabulary, sounds, and voices for many different languages; check the gcompris-sound packages for your language. Currently available boards include:
* learning how to use a mouse and keyboard
* learning simple arithmetic
* learning how to read an analog clock
* recognize letters after hearing their names
* reading practice
* small games (memory games, jigsaw puzzles, ...)
* etc.It is designed so that it is easy to implement new boards. A number of boards are only available if other packages are installed; see the Suggests list for more details.
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