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Australian mammals: Echidna Challenge 1.0

A teachers resource for Primary school students from Grades 1 through to 6.

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Total downloads: 321
  • Last Updated: Nov 12, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Australian mammals: Echidna Challenge is a Home & Education software developed by Scottware. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Australian mammals: Echidna Challenge:

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A teachers resource for Primary school students from Grades 1 through to 6.

A reward activity for fast finishing students so they can play but are still learning!

A great ESL teaching aid for Students (with English as a Second Language)

A home schooling resource for teaching children

A fun and useful souvenir or giFT showing some of Australia's most unique animals

An exciting Christmas or Birthday gift idea which is not only fun but educational too!

Feature List:

Quizzes

Mammal facts, stats & distribution maps

Mammal videos & pictures

Jigsaw puzzles

Join the dot puzzles

Sliding picture puzzles

Echidna Ant Eating game

Insect Catching as a Bat game

Bandicoot Challenge game

Wombat Burrow Maze

Beginner to Advanced levels

Hand-Eye coordination & mouse skills developed

Build a general knowledge on Australia's Mammals

Insert and play CD-ROM (installation free)

Australian made and Owned
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