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#B2SAppSpecials by IEP Goal/Skill Page

Update: We only categorized 60 apps so far. There atleast 70 more and will be categorized Friday morning PST.  But they are all listed here.  If the app is recommended it has this label on it. (Recommended). 

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Addition

  • Math Ninja by KittyPad by Kitty Pad – Interesting game for children aged 6-12 designed to help them learn and practice foundational math skills, from basic concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, to more advanced and complicated problem solving such as mixed operator usage.  – FREE
  • iLearnWith Poko Additions by Tribal Nova – We created this educational game for 3 to 7 year old kids to learn about numbers and additions while having fun! We are the developers of the award winning PBS KIDS PLAY! and CBC Wonderworld online learning programs. – FREE
Art
  • GlowTunes by AppHappy Studios – GlowTunes is a one of a kind application for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch that combines light and sound to create stunning works of art! – FREE
  • Paint My Wings by Toca Boca – Paint My Wings is a fun and easy way for your kids to paint beautiful butterflies! Simply choose a color and start drawing on one wing to make the identical pattern appear on the opposite side. – FREE
Bookmakers
  • Picturebook by Maplekey Company, LLC – Create personalized bedtime stories with friends’ names and favorite things.  – FREE
Books
  • Busy Bunnies by Newleaf Solutions – Every page contains cute animations that will amuse and delight young readers. For instance, readers can help the bunnies water the garden (growing carrots of course!), pop bubbles as the bunnies have their bath, kiss them goodnight and generally help them along with each activity throughout their busy day. – FREE
Counting
  • Splish Splash Inn by Carolyn Merriman – It’s a great way to help toddlers and pre-schoolers on the pre-math skill of connecting numbers to actual quantities. – FREE
  • Monte-Lingual 1 to 10 by Continuous Integration, Inc. – “A counting app for preschoolers trying to provide numerous approaches to counting within the one space. – DISCOUNTED PRICE – 
Environmental Sounds
  • Animals for Tots by AppAnnex, LLC – Animals for Tots is an unique educational tool to teach toddlers about animals, their names, sounds they make and cause and effect.  – FREE
  • Photo Safari! by Carolyn Merriman – Watch your child start to identify new animals and distinguish them from other like animals. Visual spatial processing is the ability to tell the difference between like objects. It’s the ability to tell the difference between p’s and q’s or horses and donkeys. It’s a critical skill for reading, math and writing.  – FREE
First Words
  • Animals for Tots by AppAnnex, LLC – Animals for Tots is an unique educational tool to teach toddlers about animals, their names, sounds they make and cause and effect.  – FREE
  • Photo Safari! by Carolyn Merriman – Watch your child start to identify new animals and distinguish them from other like animals. Visual spatial processing is the ability to tell the difference between like objects. It’s the ability to tell the difference between p’s and q’s or horses and donkeys. It’s a critical skill for reading, math and writing.  – FREE
Following Directions
Games
  • Stunt Cat! by AppHappy Studios – Stunt Cat! is a fast-paced, action/arcade game for your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad! Help Stunt Cat gain fame in the stunt world by collecting as many rings as possible while dodging birds, parachuting dogs, and dangerous thunderclouds! Unlock power-ups to help brave the dangerous skies! – FREE
  • Fun With Thandros by Thandros Media Corp. – Thandros is an adventurous and fun-loving robot who likes to read, play, and go on exciting adventures. Join him as he journeys through the mysterious mazes of the Mou’Bouli Temple, aids the tired and hungry people of Ud, and discovers what the dastardly Professor Stouch is up to. – FREE
  • Filth Fair by Toytek – The Filth Fair is a hidden word game based around some amazing artwork. Every object in the beautiful main image can be selected by touch. Once selected you need to guess the word (or words) that describes that object.  – FREE
  • The Ultimate Alphabet by Toytek – Test your vocabulary to it’s limits using cryptic clues, hints and jigsaw jumbles. These will help you with the more obscure words in the game.  – FREE
  • The Ultimate Alphabet – Pocket Edition by Toytek – Test your vocabulary to it’s limits using cryptic clues, hints and jigsaw jumbles. These will help you with the more obscure words in the game.  – FREE
  • Word Ball by Continuous Integration, Inc. – Word Ball challenges your word building skills in a fast paced, unique, and fun word game. Play with friends and beat the top scores! Test your limits by keeping the letters alive and reach the top levels. Gain achievements for different word building categories. Word Ball will make you a “Word Master” in no time! – DISCOUNTED PRICE – 
Grammar
  • Analogies Lite by e Skills Learning – The game mode is a bingo-like game. Students will read a short sentence, then practice their understanding of Analogies  – DISCOUNTED PRICE – 
  • Nouns Lite by e Skills Learning – Nouns Lite helps the student build mastery in the essential language arts skill of identifying nouns and differentiating between various types of nouns. This app is carefully aligned with the new Core Curriculum. Students can play in either practice mode or game mode. The game mode is a bingo-like game. Students will read a short sentence, then practice their understanding of Nouns. Each program offers 4 levels with carefully controlled vocabulary. – DISCOUNTED PRICE – 
Language Development
Letters
  • The Writing Machine by Celeste Helling – The Writing Machine is a new app for the iPad that is designed to start introducing your child to pre-literacy concepts. It is well known that developing concepts about print at an early age is invaluable to a child’s overall literacy development.  – FREE
  • Kitty ABC by Kitty Pad – Kitty ABC will instill a love for the alphabet in your children! It goes above and beyond repeating the ABC song all the time… – FREE
  • ABC Balloons by LingApps ApS – ABC Balloons is a fun and challenging game that lets kids learn the alphabet. Drawings and handwriting create an authentic setting that has never been seen before in any app.  – FREE
  • Bust a Sound by LingApps ApS – Here is an app that teaches your child letter names and letter sounds in context!  – FREE
Math Interactive Workbooks
Measurement
Multiplication
Number Sense
  • DotToDot numbers & letters by John Friend – – DISCOUNTED PRICE –  (Recommended)
  • Number Sense HD by Punflay – Helps your kids learn counting from 1 to 30 by feeding some monsters. Don’t worry, the monsters don’t bite but the game will definitely keep your kids occupied.  – FREE
Phonics
Propositions
Reading Skills
  • My Word Wall by Punflay – Help your child develop early reading skills with Word Wall. Watch them develop into confident and strong readers. – FREE (Recommended)
  • Reading for Details by e Skills Learning – – DISCOUNTED PRICE –  (Recommended)
Reinforcer
  • Go Go Mongo! by Ahmed Siddiqui – Awesome app to that can be used as a reinforcer. We use this app everyday. No reason not to get it when it is already free. – FREE (Recommended)
Sightwords
  • iDolch2 by Celeste Helling – iDolch is an electronic flashcard set of pre-primer and primer Dolch Words, the most frequently found words in the books that children read. Reading experts commonly agree that mastery of the Dolch words provides an excellent base for developing literacy skills.  – FREE
Social Skills
Speech
  • Artic2Go PBM by Celeste Helling – Artic2Go PBM is an electronic deck of colorful picture cards for practicing the speech production of the /p/, /b/ and /m/ speech sounds.  – FREE
  • SoundLiteracy by 3D Literacy – Sound Literacy is an instructional tool and resource for teaching phonemic awareness, phonological processing, the alphabetic principle, and word study focusing on morphology. It is the first in a unique line of apps that will encourage teachers and students to work together in an intensive word study program. – DISCOUNTED PRICE – 
Spelling
  • Word Explorer by Newleaf Solutions – This app was built mainly for toddlers to early school age children taking their first steps into the world of spelling. Alternatively, it could be useful to students learning English as a second language. – FREE
Teaching Tools
  • Autism at Home by AutismClassroom.com – Autism at Home provides ideas for creating learning spaces in the home for young children with developmental disabilities and autism. This app highlights parts of the book “How to Set up a Work Area at Home for a Child with Autism” as well as some pages from the AutismClassroom.com website and the AutismSpaces.com website.  – FREE
  • Autism Classroom by AutismClassroom.com – The “AutismClass” app is the new application for educators and families who have children with autism in their lives. It was developed by the owner of AutismClassroom.com, who is an Autism Educational Specialist with over 15 years experience working with individuals with autism and who is the author of How to Set Up a Classroom for Students with Autism, How to Set Up a Work Area at Home for a Child with Autism, and Lesson Ideas & Activities for Young Children with Autism and Related Special Needs.  – FREE
  • Classroom Set Up (Autism & Self-Contained) by AutismClassroom.com – Do you teach in a self-contained classroom? Do you have students with special needs in your room? Do you need to set up a classroom for students with intensive needs? Then start here. The “Classroom Set Up” app is a mini-book version of AutismClassroom.com’s book How to Set Up a Classroom for Students with Autism: a Manual for Teachers, Para-professionals and Administrators. – FREE
Verbs/Actions
  • Speech with Milo: Verbs by Doonan Speech Therapy – – DISCOUNTED PRICE –  (Recommended)
  • (Spanish) Speech with Milo: Verbs by Doonan Speech Therapy – The popular Speech Therapy app is now available in Spanish!! Created by a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, “Speech with Milo: Verbs” offers a versatile and entertaining speech therapy tool for children. The app is for speech therapists working with children, or parents who want to teach language skills to their children. The app offers an enjoyable tool used in therapy at a cheap price. – DISCOUNTED PRICE – 
Visual Supports
  • ChoiceBoard-Creator by KC –  It is the perfect app for creating customizable choice boards for the unique needs of individuals with communication challenges. It reinforces correct choice by expanding the selected image as well as playing the customized auditory rewards.  – FREE (Recommended)
  • Easy Board by Julio Ivan Ceballos – This app was created by a teacher for the purpose of providing an easy way to provide visuals without the hassle of sticky Velcro or messy white board markers. The easy board can ultimately help with communication through the use of simple strategies like first/then, yes/no, and listing.  – FREE
  • So Much 2 Say by Close 2 Home Apps – So Much 2 Say is a picture communication app that is designed specifically for individuals with cognitive and language impairment. With flexible page layout options ranging from a single card per page to multiple pages of categories, So Much 2 Say is well suited to adapt and grow right along side with the Learner. Intuitive configuration options and fast card creation allow for virtually anyone to quickly update and tune So Much 2 Say to best fit the needs of the Learner in multiple settings. – DISCOUNTED PRICE – 
Vocabulary
  • Shake-a-Phrase by Artgig Apps – – DISCOUNTED PRICE –  (Recommended)
  • Kitty Words by Kitty Pad – Kitty Words is a vocabulary game that can be used to improve both English and Chinese. – FREE
Writing Skills

Uncategorized – Will be moved to the right IEP goals/Skills tomorrow

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  1. August 12, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    Great list! Thanks to all the developers who are giving us bargains! BTW, I can HIGHLY recommend Sound Literacy!! Great for phonics, Greek and Latin roots, word study, dyslexia…

  2. August 13, 2011 at 5:36 am

    There are several montessori apps that are fantastic tools for learning and they build upon the users skill level and once mastered go to another level. I love and use them for my autistic high fx son that also has add/ADHD combinded 7 1/2 years old . The simple basics are always covered first . They promote independnce and rewards into the action too. Mom

  1. August 12, 2011 at 2:51 am

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