Apple's built-in text-to-speech tool makes Macs accessible.
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- Pick a very basic subset of commands to begin with, such as navigating and listening to a short story once it's on the screen.
- Encourage kids to learn one or two new commands a day until they're successful enough to want to progress faster.
- Subjects: Language & Reading: following directions, reading
- Skills: Self-Direction: personal growth, Emotional Development: moving beyond obstacles, Communication: multiple forms of expression, Tech Skills: digital creation, using and applying technology
- Genre: Educational
- Pricing structure: Free
- Last updated: November 2, 2017
Our Editors Recommend
Super screen reader a game changer for kids who are blind.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home 12
Talk instead of type with stellar speech-to-text tool.
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