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Speech and Language Apps

I have posted some links to web pages for speech and language practice on the speech homework page but I know that many of my students have access to tablets.  I have been trying to search for some free or cheap apps for home practice. Here are a few apps: 


https://apps.apple.com/us/app/articulation-essentials/id1178548012 ($9.99 one time fee as of 8.16.21; includes the following sounds: /p/, /m/, /h/, /n/, /w/, /b/, /d/, /y/, /k/, /t/, /f/, /g/, /ng/, "dg", /v/, "ch", /r/, /l/, /s/, /z/, "sh", & "th"). It has memory and flashcards


The Toca Boca Kitchen Monster app is free in the app store. Here is a video of the app. http://tocaboca.com/app/toca-kitchen-monsters/

 This is an app that would be great to play with your child so you could add the language and have your child answer questions or retell what is happening (E.g., "What should we feed the monster? You want to feed the monster a lemon. The monster stuck his tongue out, he must not like lemons. What did the monster think we should do with the lemon? Oh, that's right, we should put the lemon in the blender. Did the monster enjoy the lemon?") .

Here is a free naming app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lets-name-things-fun-deck/id454450994?mt=8

This app would be great for the child that is trying to list category members.This app requires you to interact with the child, it just gives you the materials to practice naming things. 


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