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COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE APPS
AAC - Communicating Wants/Needs
Facilitating Speech and Language
Grammar - Syntax
Social Language / Pragmatics
Sounds / Articulation
Blending / Word Families
Grammar - Syntax
Sound / Letter Correspondence
Subscriptions for Accessible Text or Stories
Cards and Notes
Content and Structure
Pictures for Writing
Speech to Multimedia
(Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division)
SCIENCE / SOCIAL STUDIES APPS
Social Studies Apps
ART / CREATIVITY APPS
Clip Art, Stamps
Movement, Animation, Video
Creating, Editing, Sharing Music
GAMES / SOCIAL APPS
HARDWARE & ACCESSORIES
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__Lingraphca Small Talk Oral Motor Exercises__
This app is a collection of videos of oral-motor exercises. I used this app as a "warm-up" activity for my Kindergarten articulation group. They were able to watch the video, listen to the directions, and imitate the exercise independently. I especially like how the exercise is modeled first and then the clients are invited to follow along. My students even asked to repeat exercises! Exercises with and without the use of tongue depressors are included, and the video is an extreme close-up of the mouth, so the clients can really see what's expected.
Victoria Sucato Riggs
This app is a great value, especailly since it includes a wide variety of videos with different difficulty levels.
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