Speech and Language Apps
iConversation ,Conversation Builder
to help elementary aged children learn how to have multi-exchange conversations with their peers in a variety of social settings
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
from Grasshopperapps - recognizing emotions and learning vocabulary of emotion
U, Sentence Builder
help children learn how to build grammatically correct sentences, especially connector words.
use parts of speech to complete stories
(like mad libs)
Label words in sentences by their parts of speech
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
Word to Word Associations
match words that are associated
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
Endless Reader: An introduction to "sight words" most commonly used in written English
Gives visual and auditory cues to specific phoneme production
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).
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
Build A Train