Inclusive Technology and CBBC have teamed up to give switch users the chance to play with their favourite CBeebies characters.
Inclusive has modified several CBeebies games so that they can be accessed using switches:
Roly Mo, Snag a Snoot
Snag a Snoot using a single switch. On the easy level you have up to six seconds to snag each Snoot that pops up on screen, although you have less time on the harder levels. Snag as many snoots as you can in one minute for an animated, musical reward. Make things more difficult by choosing the Migo level, where points are taken off for snagging Rockit by accident!
Teletubbies, Let's Count
Count with the Teletubbies! Ideal for early mathematical development. It has been designed to be as easy to play as possible, bearing in mind children who may have visual or hearing impairments. Play using a switch, space bar or mouse.
This simple, highly visual timing and observation game encourages children to spot the Teletubbies as they hide in Teletubbyland. Pressing the switch button encourages hand-eye coordination, which helps develop motor skills. It is very easy to play and great fun!
Tots TV, Counting Song
This game works on counting up to ten in French and English with both words and numbers. Play with one or two switches, IntelliKeys, mouse or touch screen.
Razzledazzle: Chit Chat Chest
Listen to the sound, and then guess what each object is. Use one or two switch or the keyboard to navigate through the game.
Something Special: Old Macdonald's Farm
Play with one or two switches, and have fun with Old Macdonald's animated farm.
Something Special: Transport Snap
A simply presented matching game on a transport theme. Practice matching a photo to another photo, a symbol (Makaton), a sign (basic BSL as a cartoon) or a sound. Use one or two switches, the keyboard or IntelliKeys.
Tikkabilla: Emotion Theatre
Personal, social and emotional development is important in the early years. Learning how others might be feeling and finding a voice to express one's own feelings is encouraged through this fun, switch accessible game.
Tweenies, Startastic Captain Jake:
This switch accessible game practices both colour matching and direction. A more challenging game that requires plenty of switch presses to reach the rewards. You can also draw star patterns in the sky.
Tweenies, Hide and Hear, the Adventures of Debbie Duck
This game is all about matching sounds to animals. Find all of Debbie's friends for a big animal concert reward! A nice game for switch users getting used to single switching with timing or discriminating between two switches. Use one or two switches, the keyboard or IntelliKeys.
Tweenies: Make Music with Max
Listen to the names of different musical instruments and the sounds that they make, then choose four to create your own tune. Listen as many times as you like, or start again with more choices. Accessible using two switches.
Boogie Beebies - What Am I?
Watch what Pete and Nat are doing. Guess what they are and choose the action you think matches. Are they jumping like a kangaroo or kicking like a footballer? If you are not sure, watch the dances in Step-by-Step for clues. See if you can match all twelve with this fun, switch accessible program.