APP OF THE WEEK: “Wet Dry Try”

Available for the iPad and iOS on the App Store for $4.99 the “Wet Dry Try” app follows the curriculum of Handwriting Without Tears allowing children to “virtually” practice their letter and number formation by first “wetting” the letter with a...

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App of the Week: Bugs and Buttons

Bugs and Buttons is a collection of games that helps children learn a variety of skills. This app has games that help with pinch, color sorting, letter recognition, counting, eye hand coordination and much more. Plus it is a fun and engaging...

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App of the Week-Choiceworks

App of The Week: Choiceworks App. The Choiceworks App is a picture-based learning tool that helps children complete daily routines, understand and control feelings, improve their waiting skills and make choices. This app is also a great tool if...

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App of the Week: Yes/No

App of the Week: Yes/No This app has been helpful to establish and increase accuracy when answering yes or no questions. I love how there are different versions of this app on both the android and iTunes market. I have used different versions...

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App of the Week: Starfall ABC’s

App of the Week: Starfall ABC’s

Adding apps to your device can be overwhelming with over 1.5 billion currently available in the app store but narrowing down your app search is not difficult. Using key search words like Autism, speech, and articulation can help narrow down the...

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App of the Week – Headspace

App of the Week – Headspace

Headspace is a free app that acts as a “gym for your mind” that utilizes guided meditations to promote mindfulness, stress relief, & peace of mind. https://www.headspace.com/ Mike – Occupational Therapy Team

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