"Look in My Eyes" by FizzBrain featured on "60 Minutes" episode on special needs iPad apps. ***** "Look in My Eyes: Train Engineer for iPad" is a fun way to practice eye contact skills. It's not a game - instead, it is an interactive toy in which young engineers can explore 5 different train sections as they work on dozens of train parts and travel to landmarks throughout the world. And they earn these train rides by practicing eye contact!
*Practice making eye contact to earn train rides.
*Work on dozens of parts in your train with your wrench, screwdriver, hammer and oil can! Change out knobs for your firebox, and replace gauges, lamps, and the various parts of your air brake system!
*Shovel coal to build up the fire in your firebox. Stop at the station to fill up with water and coal.
*Adjust the steam pressure using your Main Steam Pressure Gauge, fix the water levels with your Gauge Glass and change the oil in your Oil Displacement Lubricator!
*Practice Morse code on the train's telegraph! Use the included Morse code guide, and receive feedback on the letters you code with the train's telegraph key.
*Signal with the several different whistles and bells! Use your whistle to chase cows off the tracks.
*Change the train's speed with your throttle or brake to a halt.
*Visit 20 cultural landmarks in 16 countries! Learn fun facts about important cultural icons like the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower, the Great Wall of China, Big Ben, Mount Rushmore, Timbuktu, the Pyramids of Giza, Neuschwanstein Castle, the Taj Mahal, the Colosseum, Stonehenge, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Matterhorn, the Acropolis, the Sphinx, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, and more!
*Make fun deliveries as you arrive - like Thomas Jefferson's nose for Mount Rushmore. Then choose a new destination for your next delivery!
*Look at your train manual to learn about how to run your train and use your travel guide to learn about the different locations you travel to. Other manuals teach about old steam trains and the signals, water towers and coal chutes that serviced them in their heyday!
Kid friendly and educational – no ads, in-app purchases or rules – just fun, creative play that helps children practice eye contact skills!
Updated for iOS 11!
Ratings and Reviews
Fantastic app for spectrum kids!
Please make more like this for iPad!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.