Bottom Line: Preposition Remix is a therapy app addressing the use of prepositions and following directions. Designed for kids ages 4 and up, it is a nice app to add to your therapy collection. While this app focuses mainly on receptive language, with a few changes you can also work on expressive or written language as well.
The end of the school year is not yet in sight, and you (and the kiddos) are sick of every toy and game you own. Does this sound familiar? If so, you might be looking for some new apps to chase away the winter-time blues.
I like to think outside the box when it comes to apps. I appreciate apps that can be used for a variety of things, and can give me the biggest bang for my buck. There are so many apps available, some free and some paid, that can be used. Heather compiled a fantastic list of free apps to use in language therapy, so here is my top list of paid apps for the same purpose. All are useful in a classroom or therapy setting, but would be useful to parents looking to help their kiddos at home as well.
Rather than candy and flowers this year, I think I would rather get apps for Valentine’s Day. What about y'all? I’ve put together a list of ten good apps about love or hearts or valentines, just to get you started with ideas. I tried to stick to free (or at least cheap), but I did slide in a couple that cost a few bucks (because who could pass up My Little Pony?