What Rhymes builds phonemic awareness which is a fundamental part of reading success including spelling and reading fluency.
This app targets letter naming and sound recognition and can also be used in articulation therapy as it asks the user to identify other words that begin with the same sound.
Flash cards are an essential part of building vocabulary. The app contains over 100 animals and each card has 3 facts listed. With therapist instruction, these cards can be used to answer "wh" questions as well.
Similar layout to the Animal Flashcard app, but with over 100 foods. Can also be used to identify further categories such as breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert foods or healthy vs unhealthy choices.
This app targets receptive vocabulary identification similar to the skill assessed during the One Word Receptive Vocabulary Test. It also provides facts at the bottom of each page.
Similar layout to the receptive identification by Noun app; however, this app targets the identification of categories.
The user identifies the object that doesn't belong. With therapist prompting, higher level questions like "Why doesn't it belong" and "How do you know it doesn't belong?" can also be targeted.
Similar app to Which Doesn't Belong? but the student has to identify the two objects that go together. Again, with prompting, the therapist can ask how the objects relate as well.
Increasing sight word recognition helps students build fluency and fluency rate has a direct relationship to reading comprehension. I especially like that below each word a sentence is also provided.