Submitted by Phia Damsma, Sonokids.
Sonokids Australia announces the launch of the Spanish language version of Sonokids’ successful Ballyland Magic app: Ballyland Mágico’! Now Spanish speaking students can learn accessibility concepts and fundamental finger gestures for VoiceOver, Apple’s built-in screen reader, while playing with this app for iPad. Click here for more information
Get Ballyland Mágico from the AppStore here.
Mientras juegan e interactúan con los Ballylanders, los niños aprenden conceptos de accesibilidad y gestos fundamentales de los dedos para VoiceOver, el lector de pantalla incorporado en dispositivos Apple. Estas habilidades permiten a los niños ciegos o con baja visión usar un iPad u otro dispositivo móvil con pantalla táctil iOS.
By playing with Ballyland Mágico, young, Spanish speaking students learn accessibility concepts and fundamental finger gestures for VoiceOver, Apple’s built-in screen reader. The app supports students who are blind or have low vision to build fundamental (assistive) technology skills and other skills that are part of the Expanded Core Curriculum.
This app was created in collaboration with DRJ Consulting from Barcelona, Spain. The Sonokids team would like to acknowledge the invaluable contribution of Daniela Rubio Trujillo and Jose Vicente Gonzales del Rincón.
By Diane Brauner