It includes a new activity in the reading section that presents a set of images, texts and voices to children and an exercise around them.
We have about 1000 images and voices in English, Spanish, French, and Gaelic-Scottish. The content comes from the Art4Apps project ( http://art4apps.org ), a big thanks to them for providing a such useful resource (under CC BY-SA). If you want to thanks Art4Apps for their hard work please consider making a donation on their site.... read more
Sadly, GCompris was not working at all on Windows Seven. I just made a new binary version that fixes the problem. It is named gcompris-11.12-2.exe.
A minor release of GCompris named 11.12. A Chrismas gift especialy for packagers since this version fixes a lot of compilation issues on recent distributions.
Get the full release notes there:
A set of activities to discover the Braille system. They have been made by Srishti Sethi this summer (part of the Gnome Summer of Code):
Gcompris is an educational application for GNU/Linux.
We are getting close of a 1.0 Release but needs some
more people to test it extensively, please join us.
GCompris is an educational application dedicated to young children from 3 to 10.
Since version 0.6.1, GCompris is now an Official GNU Package.
Gcompris is a simple educational/recreational games based on board.
This new release add two new boards. One is a puzzle game with old painting (Impresionists).
The second let the child drive a plane and catch the clouds in the correct order.
This version corrects a lot of bugs of the 0.3.2.
It also include a new board to teach to read the time on an analog clock.
I am stopping adding new board to GCompris. Instead I will
focus on making it more modular by using Gnome bonobo.
The goal is to have a framework that can plug and interact
with boards dynamically (at run time).