Electronic devices are increasingly found in classrooms to help kids practice what they know. Students with disabilities often benefit from their use in becoming more independent and proficient.
GeoSafari (Educational Insights)
This programmable electronic learning game board uses lesson packs developed in different content areas for questions for practice and repetition. Lessons can also be created. Adjustable response time allows for different skill levels.
There are several sources of electronic educational games for students in elementary grades. Practice what you know on talking globes to twisting math devices. Here are 2 to check out:
Leap Pad Learning System (Leap Frog Products)
You can place a book on the LeapPad, pop in the cartridge and use the attached Leap Pad pen to hear words and stories read out loud, learn letter sounds, hear colorful characters come alive, and play learning games. Additional activity books can be purchased; preschool version is also available.