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Word Sundae

Word Sundae | Apps for Children with Special Needs | Scoop.it
“An excellent App that will get kids (young and old) excited about playing word games, [...]
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“An excellent App that will get kids (young and old) excited about playing word games, A4cwsn”

Treat your family to the most exciting, turn-based word game around! Parents and their preschool or school age child can go head-to-head to build word sundaes out of delicious ice cream letters. You can scoop up points by building words up to five letters long using bonus tiles, point multipliers and extra turns. It’s super cool because the scoring system is different for parents than it is preschoolers and school-age children so there’s some sweet competitive advantage that all can enjoy. Dig in and develop vocabulary, practice spelling and delight in playful family fun!

Features:

*Optimized for iPad and iPhone
*Single player or two player mode
*Age select options for fair-play
*Choose your own avatar
*Special tiles for extra points and extra turns
*Tracks the top 10 high scores

*Kids’ CBC trusted quality content for children
*Simple, easy-to-use interface
*No in-app purchases
*Ad-free
*Kid-friendly visuals

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Alphabetizing – A Montessori Approach to Language

Alphabetizing – A Montessori Approach to Language | Apps for Children with Special Needs | Scoop.it
“An excellent App that helps children learn their ABC’s and the order of the Alphabet, [...]
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“An excellent App that helps children learn their ABC’s and the order of the Alphabet, A4cwsn”

 

This app is a fun and educational activity for children to gain practice identifying the letters of the alphabet and placing them in alphabetical order.

 

The app includes three detailed activities:

 

1. Learn & Review: Place the letters in order and conduct a review of them by touching each letter as the name is heard aloud.

 

2. Practice the Alphabet: Place the letters in order without the control letters as a guide.

 

3. Fill in the Gaps: Cycle through multiple activities of placing the missing letters in place to complete the alphabet.

This app was co-designed and approved by a Montessori teacher with over 40 years experience teaching children! Enjoy this app as an introduction to the Mobile Montessori line of educational apps!

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Words that Go with Richard Scarry’s Busytown Cars

Words that Go with Richard Scarry’s Busytown Cars | Apps for Children with Special Needs | Scoop.it
“Richard Scarry’s Busytown Cars are a fun way to introduce vehicles, spelling, and letter order [...]
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“Richard Scarry’s Busytown Cars are a fun way to introduce vehicles, spelling, and letter order while enjoying the amazing art work, A4cwsn”

Richard Scarry’s delightfully wacky cars come to life in this interactive educational game for kids ages 2-6. When the Apple Car arrives at a Busytown stoplight, kids spell a-p-p-l-e to help it zoom through the intersection. With five playing modes, including letter matching, early phonics and spelling, this app grows with your child.

Classic favorites like the Banana Mobile, Pickle Car and of course Lowly Worm’s Apple Car are among the 48 unique vehicles children can help zoom through the Busytown intersection. Brave Officer Flossy is hot on the trail of that bad driver Dingo. And look out for Goldbug along for the ride.

As children seek new challenges, parents can adjust the difficulty level.

At Level 1, children learn to recognize and match letters, and experience putting letters together to make words.
Level 2 maintains the skills from level 1 and adds left to right ordering to encourage children to match letters from left to right.
Level 3 provides exposure to early phonics. Gameplay is similar to Level 2, but now children can hear letter sounds come together to make words.
Level 4 challenges kids to figure out the order of the letters based on their sounds, without visual hints.
Level 5 brings in big words and sight words to help early readers practice spelling.

Be sure to check out our other popular educational play apps including First Letters and Phonics, First Words Animals, and First Words Deluxe.

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Talking ABC

Talking ABC | Apps for Children with Special Needs | Scoop.it
“Talking ABC is a great way to introduce animals and the alphabet to your children [...]
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“Talking ABC is a great way to introduce animals and the alphabet to your children as well as being used for Speech Therapy where the child can hear their own words or noises played back to them by 26 amazing clay characters, A4cwsn”

FEATURES:
- Exciting learning of letters from A to Z
- Unique clay art
- 2 learning modes – letters and sounds
- Funny and catchy alphabet song
- 26 amazing animation animals with talking mode
- Kid-friendly interface
- Each talking character has its individual voice
- 4 exciting and educational games
- Puzzles with animated animals
- Full Retina Display support
- No in-app purchases

Play, Learn, Have Fun! With Talking ABC!

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