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Phonological Awareness Screening App Review: ProPA

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Summer is in full swing and for many SLPs that means a welcome break from work. However, for me, it’s business as usual, since my program is year around, and we have just started our extended school year program. Of course, even my program is a bit light on activities during the summer. There are […]

Review and Giveaway Wh-Questions Island

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Today I am reviewing WH Questions Island by Virtual Speech Center.  The app was originally released a few years ago but since I recently reviewed their “Questions Hunt“, and because this app was recently updated, I was very interested in comparing how the two stack up. This app contains a total of 480 what, where, who, […]

Review and Giveaway: ‘I Can Do’ Apps Early Literacy and Critical Thinking Bundle

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Today I’m excited to review  not just one but a bundle of four different apps I Can Do Apps    developed by Carrie Steenbergen M.S, CCC-SLP. This bundle consists of the following 4 apps: Associations Categories Rhyming Starting Sounds These apps are perfect for young preschool and kindergarten age children or older children with developmental disabilities and language delay. Reminiscent […]

App Review and Giveaway Questions Hunt

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Today I am reviewing an app from Virtual Speech Center called Questions Hunt.  The app targets answering 60 yes/no as well as 360 WH questions (what, where, who, when, why and how) in young children with language disorders. This app is thematically based with questions in the following categories: Beach Park Store Campground Airport and […]

App Review and Giveaway: Listening Power Preschool HD by Hamaguchi

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Today, I am very excited to review the Listening Power Preschool HD recently released by Hamaguchi for children ~3.5 + years of age  with a focus on improving language processing and listening comprehension. This app consists of 5  levels of increasing complexity.   Each of its five levels contains “easy”,  “intermediate”, and “advanced” options and can be […]

APP Bundle Review and Giveaway from Communication APPtitude

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Today I am having fun reviewing and giving away, not 1, not 2 but 3 vocabulary apps from Communication APPtitude to one lucky winner. InferCabulary™ and InferCabulary 3 are vocabulary apps for middle school and high school students, which teach them definitions through concrete explanation and visual support (photos). A third app WordQuations™ assists the students with learning […]

App Review and Giveaway: Multiple Meanings Library

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Understanding that words can have more than one meaning is an invaluable first step to the comprehension of abstract language. It allows students to use words in a variety of contexts, become good oral communicators, and do well on a variety of written tasks. However, it is a well-known fact that many students with language disorders often […]

App Review and Giveaway: Sequencing Post Office

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Sequencing information in order is a very important problem solving skill. It assists children with understanding the chronological order of events, the procession of time, as well as with the organization of verbal output. This is why I am excited to review today the Sequencing Post Office app by the Virtual Speech Center. Much like […]

App Review and Giveaway: Sounds at Home

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Today I am reviewing a brand new app by the Virtual Speech Center: Sounds at Home.  Designed to target phonemic awareness skills in young children 2-6 years of age, the app targets the following range of skills: (more…)

App Review and Giveaway: Auditory Memory Ride

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Today I am reviewing a recent app by the Virtual Speech Center called “Auditory Memory Ride” which is aimed at improving immediate memory and information recall in children with processing disorders.  App Categories: Digit recall Recall of words and sentences Detail recognition Paragraph recall (more…)

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