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If you are looking for Clicker, you have come to the right place. We explain what Clicker is and point you to the official download.

What is Clicker?

Clicker is a literacy tool that enables pupils of all abilities to significantly develop their reading and writing skills. Clicker is used by school computers, in most primary schools in the UK. Its Quick Start activity screen allows children to start working straight away. This predictor suggests words that fit the context of the pupils’ writing, helping them with their spelling and grammar, and encouraging them to use more adventurous vocabulary.

Clicker has a child-friendly Click and Edit activity that enables pupils to independently create their very own talking books and presentation, when it comes to any topic. The painting program, Clicker Paint, is now integrated into Clicker. This provides an opportunity for pupils to creatively express their thoughts and ideas. A new way of creating Clicker activities is by simply adding words or pictures, and the wizards can transform them into an activity. There are wizards for sentence building, word banks, writing books, matching, speaking, and listening activities. Its built-in webcam support enables pupils to take photographs that instantly appear in their Clicker documents.

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File types supported by Clicker

Our users primarily use Clicker to open these file types:

About file types supported by Clicker

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Last updated: : February 3, 2014