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myfirstapp.com – Basic Skills apps available

FREE Matching/Fine motor Games – Good for early learners and during ABA sessions. Can be used for generalization if you already have a program.  Went thru them. They are pretty simple ones but essential for the early learners.  Really liked the way they got the sorting and ‘Spin and Slide’ by creatively using the iPhone/iPad features.  Hope they integrate all in to one and add some much needs apps for the basic cognitive  skills s

uch as big/small, long/short, tall/short etc and more.

Additional review from a teacher Broxterman’s Bugle: Teaching With Technology

Developer Notes

Build it up helps develop visual perception skills and fine motor skills among toddlers aged 2.5+ years old. It also helps develop primary math concepts such as size, top and bottom, before and after.

Slide & Spin is designed for toddlers aged 1.5+ to help them develop fine motor skills using four basic motions: turning, sliding, spinning, and pushing of a button.

Match it up 1 helps develop visual perception skills through the matching of identical images and helps develop cognitive skills such as categorization. It is designed for toddlers aged 1.5+ years old, and with parent assistance it can also develop language skills by naming the objects and the colors.

My Scene helps develop visual perception among toddlers aged 2+ years old. With parents assistance it can also develop language skills and imagination through the creation of a story.

Match it up 2 helps develop visual perception skills through the matching of visually related images and helps develop cognitive skills such as categorization. It is designed for toddlers aged 2+ years old, and with parent assistance it can also develop language skills by naming the objects and the colors.

Match it up 3 helps develop visual perception skills through the matching of conceptually related images and helps develop cognitive skills such as categorization. It is designed for toddlers aged 2.5+ years old, and with parent assistance it can also develop language skills by naming the objects and the colors.

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