App Advice for the Special Needs Community.
My favorite Mobile Education app is Rainbow Sentences. I love the multitude of levels. I can use it with my Hearing Impaired children, Autistic children and pretty much any working on language.
I would love to have Preposition Builder. I have heard many great things about it!
I am a therapist in an elementary school. I would use the Pic-See app with my students.
I absolutely love Rainbow Sentences, it teaches a multitude of different essential skills for children and it is an overall loved app by them as well.
My favorite Mobile Education app is Rainbow Sentences. I appreciate the graduated levels of cueing. I use it with my Autistic children as well as younger students working on syntax skills.
I am mom to a boy with Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Primary Speech Delay. Pic-See would be helpful while working with him on communication because he has limited speech, loves technology, and has trouble with signing (due to his C.P). -Angie Gorz
I do not yet have any apps from mobile Education, but I can see that they would benefit my son, from Pic-See to Conversation Builder, the apps from Mobile Education seem like they would be very helpful to my son's speech, educational and social needs.-Angie Gorz
I would love conversation builder as it would be of great benefit to my son in advancing his language skills, he does have a problem with maintaining conversations.
we have language builder and it is fab, it is great for my small boy, for encouraging him to create longer sentences and improves his comprehension.
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Favorite song as a child was "Let it Be" by the Beatles. :)-Angie Gorz
Another IOS app Quirkles-- Gilbert Gas Science Experiment and Phonucs- Alphabet Adventure for Kids. -Angie Gorz