Bottom Line: A wonderful sight word app that uses visuals, games, and rewards to engage a learner in memorizing sight words for reading. It has a variety of game options to practice the words, but it has a limited number of words and levels. Although the words are basic sight words, this app can be engaging for older children who are struggling readers.
Bottom Line: Created by a certified speech language pathologist, School of Multi-Step Directions is designed to help children follow increasingly longer and more difficult directions. Starting with simple two-step directions and progressing up to four-step directions, this app is sure to assist the user in understanding and following directions and concepts.
Bottom Line: Designed for kids 6+ who struggle with the speech sounds S, R, L, Z, CH, TH, SH and S/R/L blends at the sentence and conversational level. This app is meant for articulation therapy, but is versatile enough to be used in language therapy and with kids who have autism. Imaginations are sure to run wild, with over 550 thought-provoking, sometimes outrageous, questions!