Touchtronic Projects

Touchtronic 123's

Junior Learning

Released Jan 2015
Touchtronic123

Touchtronic 123 teaches the kids simple counting, greater and less, addition and subtraction, as well as more complex concept of multiplication and division accompanied by intuitive animations. As with all Touchtronic games kids enjoy use of physical numbers that are recognized when placed on the screen.

It meets the core literacy and numeracy curriculum & will accelerate children in reaching their targets. The game comes with American or British accents for instructions, letter sounds & words.

Place Value Fish

Junior Learning

Released Jan 2015
PlaceValueFish

Following Success of Touchtronic Letters we helped Junior Learning to extend the technology to create Touchtronic Numbers. Similar to the set of 26 letters, this set contains 10 digits and 6 equations which can be used to interact with educational games on tablets.
Place Value Fish is the first game developed on Touchtronic Numbers platform and teaches kids place values and allows to build and visualise 1 to 3 digit numbers. It meets the core literacy and numeracy curriculum &

3 Letter Words

Junior Learning

Released Dec 2014
TouchtronicCVC

3 Letter Words for Junior Learning with Touchtronic Letters was designed for school use, therefore minimal use of graphics, no animation too. Instead greater attention to correct spelling & proper shape of letters so teachers can use the application in their classrooms. It meets the core literacy and numeracy curriculum & will accelerate children in reaching their targets. The game comes with American or British accents for instructions, letter sounds & words.
No matter in school or not,

Touchtronic ABC's

Junior Learning

Released Apr 2014
TouchtronicABCs

Touchtronic ABCs is our second game for  Junior Learning, a company that develops amazing learning tools for pre-school & primary school children. This game is designed to teach kids the alphabet & basic reading in a playful way, for use in the classroom as well as at home. Once they know the sounds, kids can use it to build simple three-letter words.
It meets the core literacy and numeracy curriculum & will accelerate children in reaching their targets.