• Speech and Language Apps

    Social Skills:

    iConversation ,Conversation Builder: to help elementary aged children learn how to have multi-exchange conversations with their peers in a variety of social settings.

    Going Places: Model Me Kids, Videos for Modeling Social Skills

    Between the Lines, Level 1: For targeting social-language tasks including perspective-taking, body language, facial expressions, understanding common expressions, auditory processing, and interpreting vocal intonation.

    Emotions: from Grasshopperapps - recognizing emotions and learning vocabulary of emotion.



    Grammar
    :

    U, Sentence Builder: help children learn how to build grammatically correct sentences, especially connector words.

    Mad Libs: use parts of speech to complete stories

    Wordventure: (like mad libs)

    Grammar Pop: Label words in sentences by their parts of speech

    Speak Colors: Very basic sentence formulation and color reinforcement

    ICanWrite 1, 2, and 3 : Practice for sentence formulation and concepts (colors, clothing, animals, spatial concepts, holidays, calendar skills.



    Vocabulary:

    Opposites: antonyms

    Word to Word Associations : match words that are associated.

    Homophones Lite : work on homophones, words that sound alike, although they have different spellings and meanings.



    Following Directions/language skills:

    My PlayHome: Interactive home setting - student scan name things, follow directions to move items, etc.

    My PlayHome Stores: Same as above, but store settings - kids love these apps!

    Reading Comprehension, Fable Edition: For upper elementary level students to practice comprehension skills. Short fables, followed by questions.

    iLanguage, Language Builder : Builds receptive and expressive language skills with auditory feedback.



    Early Phonics
    :

    Endless Reader: An introduction to "sight words" most commonly used in written English.



    Articulation/Sound Productions
    :

    Speech Tutor: Gives visual and auditory cues to specific phoneme production

    Articulation Station: The first sound"p" is free. Then parents can purchase their child's target sound for $.99-$4.99. (Sounds with blends are more expensive).


    Sequencing:

    iSequences: Either place 3-4 images in the correct order or choose a picture from choice of 3 to complete a sequence. Good for receptive language (do they understand what is happening in pictures) and expressive language (can they give a concise, grammatically correct account of a story).


    Classroom management/speech volume:

    Decibel 10th: sound meter gives visual feedback for noise levels


    Motivating Games:

    Build A Train