What’s “APP”ening? Fun & Educational Game Apps for Children with Special Needs
Fun & Educational Game Apps for Children with Special Needs
Little Things® Remastered
Little Things All the family can enjoy Little Things, the innovative seek and find game. Search colorful collages built from thousands of little things. Randomized searches ensure a different game each time you play.
AlphaTots™ A” is for action in this exciting new alphabet game, fresh from the makers of TallyTots™. Designed to take full advantage of the iPad’s interactive capabilities, AlphaTots™ uses action-based verbs that encourage young minds to “do” as they learn. Whether they’re building robots, digging for treasure or zapping alien ships from the sky, they’ll discover all 26 letters of the alphabet through fun-filled games that invite them to look, laugh and learn.
Name That Category
This colorful vocabulary App for the iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch® has all 56 illustrated picture cards (plus audio of each card text) from the Name That Category! Fun Deck® by Super Duper® Publications. Select the cards you want students to see, and have them fill in the blank to practice describing, categorizing, and organizational skills.
Gary James and a4cwsn are committed to helping the families and careers of children with special needs and the wider community of educators and therapists who support them, by producing videos that demonstrate how products designed to educate children and build their life skills really work from a user perspective.
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This post originally appeared on our November/December 2011 Magazine