Educational and Speech Therapy Apps
This app provides a word and corresponding illustration for the user to say. Recording and playback features are available. Users can choose the length and structure of words to work on.
This app provides the user with practice from articulation at the word level to articulation of more difficult word sequences. There are nine different word groups and various levels to choose from.
This app allows students to act as detectives as they are presented with one of their articulation words, but each word is consistently missing one letter! Users can choose one or some of the following sounds: S, Z, R, L, S/R/L Blends, SH, CH, and TH.
With over 2 hours worth of silly and thought-provoking audio questions and answers, this app is intended to aid in the remediation of articulation impairments, as well as auditory and language difficulties. Users have the option to focus on questions involving S, Z, R, L, S/R/L Blends, SH, CH, or TH.
Players have the opportunity to describe or act out a set of sound-specific articulation words to a designated person who is called the guesser. Everyone will be able to see the given sound-specific articulation words except for the guesser. The goal of each round of play is to provide the guesser with as many clues as possible, either verbally or physically (or both!), so a large amount of sound-specific articulation words can be successfully guessed.
This app is intended to aid in the remediation of articulation impairments, as well as auditory and language difficulties by using open-ended questions to generate a free flowing exchange of suggestions and sentence completions with proper target sound productions.
This is a fun app for children to practice articulation at word phrase, and sentence level. All practice is integrated into a game so that its both beneficial and fun.
This app can either be used as auditory bombardment or speech practice. A picture with an “r” sound is provided and then asks the user questions about it or asks the child to say the word three times, etc.
This app consists of a virtual speech booklet that breaks down the sounds of each word. The user can change sounds in the word to hear how the word changes. This app can help articulation, apraxia, dysarthria, accent reduction, reading, and phonological awareness.
This app allows users to select a sound and position to practice words and sentences containing that sound. Users can utilize both flashcards and matching activities. Scoring allows score to be recorded as correct, incorrect, or approximate.
This app helps kids learn to use the correct preposition and recognize how using a different preposition changes the sentence’s meaning. Users are given an incomplete sentence and must select the preposition to match what is happening in the corresponding illustration.
This app provides fill-in-the-blank sentences for the user to choose either the present tense or regular past tense version of the verb. An illustration is provided and answers are scored and saved.
This app provides fill-in-the-blank sentences for the user to choose either the present tense or irregular past tense version of the verb. An illustration is provided and answers are scored and saved.
This app can used to be targeted 8 phonological processes: Final Consonant Deletion, Fronting, Cluster Reduction, Prevocalic Voicing Gliding, Stopping, Depalatalization, Deaffrication and Gliding. Words and illustrations are provided to contrast the word with correct pronunciation as well as with the error speech production.
This app contains activities for six phonological processes: cluster reduction, final consonant deletion, initial consonant deletion, fronting, gliding, and stopping. The app provides the written and verbal words along with the word produced with the error sound. Each word has a corresponding picture to illustrate the difference in words and meanings.
This app is designed to evaluate and describe a child’s phonological awareness skills. It assesses skills related to rhyming, blending, isolating, segmenting, deleting, and substituting in sounds, syllables, and words.
The user is presented with a picture and a fill-in-the-blank statement. They are asked to select the correct grammatical element to complete the sentence. This app also has built-in voice recording technology for the child to practice their expressive language. The user travels through a city and is able to work on goals for verb agreement Do/Does, Was/Were, Has/ Have, Is/Are, as well as past tense verb agreement, third person singular agreement, regular and irregular plurals and pronouns he and she.
This app is a tool designed to identify weaknesses in different areas of language. It is based on the public school’s standards for each grade. This app assesses areas such as labeling, categories, shapes, colors, numbers, following directions, rhyming and so much more.
The user is provided with an illustration and is asked to drag two corresponding words onto a sentence strip in order of correct sentence structure. This app allows the user to record their sentence. This app has options including hints, ability to vary the complexity of the game, and progress reports. Sentence Ninja has 39 levels ranging from simple phrases to complex sentences.
The app provides pictures with empty speech bubbles. The child is asked to provide a verbal response to the question, “What are they saying?” Score buttons allow progress tracking.
The app provides an illustration with a statement. Buttons on the screen allow the user to decide whether that statement is a fact or an opinion. This app provides automatic scoring and stores which statements the user answered incorrectly.
The user is provided with a question and a corresponding illustration The child pushes either the yes or no button at the bottom of the screen and the score is recorded. This app is designed to help improve basic question answering and reasoning skills.
The user is provided with a fill-in-the-blank sentence and a corresponding illustration. The user has two opposites to choose which accurately fills in the blank to accurately portray the picture.
The user can play different varieties of games (matching, multiple choice, etc.) to practice answering Who, What, When, Where, and Why questions and answers.
Play connect the dots while learning math! Math Dots is a fun way to practice Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division. Answer problems correctly to get the next dot and complete the puzzle.
This app includes 16 interactive circus games that help children learn and practice counting, adding, subtracting, pattering, and more! If you are looking for validated all inclusive early learning game for your child, Animal Circus is the right choice.
This app will help your child learn the sounds of the letters of the alphabet, which are necessary for reading. Learning the sounds of the letters gives your child the tools for reading and helps them become better readers.
This fun app targets kids aged 6-13 who need practice with auditory processing or receptive language skills. After choosing to include a time delay or background noise, kids will be asked to recall numbers, words, sentences, and details.
This app is great for adults and children over the age of 7 who have difficulties with auditory processing. It focuses on improving auditory processing through auditory discrimination, auditory closure, and phonological awareness activities by asking users to decide if different words are the same or different. Users can even add background noise if they want more of a challenge!
Main Street Memory app is meant to assist both children and adults who need practice processing and recalling brief, complex auditory instructions. Unlike other recall apps, this one takes place in a real life context-shopping and working downtown. This helps users to readily understand how limitations and gains in skills directly affect their life.
This app gives users an opportunity to practice their listening and direction following skills at the toy factory. The levels get increasingly more difficult: basic directions, sequential directions, quantitative and spatial directions, temporal directions, and conditional directions.
This app lets users practice their direction following skills with varying difficulties. Options include basic directions, two-step directions, and sequential directions. This app helps to improve language, auditory processing, vocabulary, and memory skills.
This app is built around the theme of school and allows children to follow increasingly longer and more complex multi–step unrelated directions in three different “classroom” settings such as English, Math and Chemistry Lab.
This app has children ask and answer basic questions about themselves. Each card contains a picture and a question for the child to answer and includes a button to score whether or not the child answered the question correctly.
This app helps kids learn social rules and behaviors through animated stories. Users can add their own pictures and audio recording to personalize the stories. There are 50 stories ranging from manners, hygiene and health, safety, home life, school, community, and behavior.
Each card provides a prompt with an illustration. The child must answer the question or make an inference about the picture. This app includes score buttons to track the child’s progress.
This app gives the user a situation and then asks how they would feel, what they would do, or what they would say. Colorful illustrations are provided to capture the user’s attention and help them to visualize the situation.
This app focuses on helping users to identify emotions and take someone else’s perspective. Users can choose whether they want to identify emotions based on a single word or based on a scenario. This app uses real pictures.
Users work with animated characters Emma and Zach as they navigate the social world. Users are presented with real-life situations in which they can identify their emotions and choose a coping strategy or respond to the situation. This app also works on predicting outcomes and taking other people’s point of view.
Discover how to become a better social thinker with Social Skill Builder’s You Are A Social Detective Beginner App. This interactive App teaches children with Autism, Asperger’s and other special needs how to appropriately engage in everyday situations
This app contains carefully crafted stories loaded with potentials for learning. When you are sitting side by side with your young user, you will feel how a small story can be both wonder-filled and fun.
This app features a yeti whose goal is to climb up the mountain. Users can play a variety of games that each develops a different learning ability. Some of these learning abilities include auditory memory, sequencing skills, and phonological awareness.
(Replacement App for DB10)
This app serves as a helpful reminder to stop and stretch with good volume while speaking. It is used to see the rest periods in between talking. Watch the graph on the top of the screen. You should see pauses reflected in flat lines on the bottom, and on the top, you should see good vocal volume and stretched vowels. Once it opens, click the menu button (3 lines) in the top left corner, then select “Level”.
This app allows users to select a reading passage and an adjustable rate of speech. It then highlights which word/syllable is to be said. This helps those who have imprecise articulation, speech rate, cluttering, or stuttering.
The user can choose an amount of buttons for the child to push as they say their phrase. The child is to say one word for each button and a visual reinforcer (optional) and auditory reinforcer (optional) will appear.
This app provides the user with delayed auditory feedback. This is often used to promote fluency because it sounds to the speaker that they are talking in unison. This app lets users make recordings and play them back.
This app features a convenient way to keep track of the percentage of stuttered syllables (%SS). Buttons are on the screen for the SLP to record the amount of stuttering. The data is recorded and can easily be printed or e-mailed.