Technology for Learning | iPad & Tablet Apps

There is a vast selection of iPad and Android apps available for Special Education. Below is a selection of apps focusing on Cause & Effect, Sensory, Literacy, Math, Fine Motor Skills and Communication. Several of these apps may be personalized for student learning by adding their own photos, text, sound and video. You may find most apps online via Google Play and the Apple App Store. Some apps may be subject to a purchasing fee.

Sensory, Cause & Effect

  • Light Box encourages students to explore touch gestures through 24 scenes which range from calm & immersive to loud & energetic. Wonderful colour, animation and sound. Numerous options are provided to customize visuals and simplify controls. Switch accessible.

Literacy

  • ChooseIt! has literacy-based activities grouped under areas such as Listening Skills, Initial Sounds, Initial Letters, Initial Blends, Alphabet, Everyday Words and Tricky High Frequency Words. Each of these areas has between 20 to 40 activities. Targeted literacy skills range from the alphabet to initial sound sorts to word level activities. Within each activity, students have an option to choose the correct response from 2 to 4 items. Switch accessible.

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Technology for Learning | iPad & Tablet Apps

There is a vast selection of iPad and Android apps available for Special Education. Below is a selection of apps focusing on Cause & Effect, Sensory, Literacy, Math, Fine Motor Skills and Communication. Several of these apps may be personalized for student learning by adding their own photos, text, sound and video. You may find most apps online via Google Play and the Apple App Store. Some apps may be subject to a purchasing fee.

Sensory, Cause & Effect

  • Light Box encourages students to explore touch gestures through 24 scenes which range from calm & immersive to loud & energetic. Wonderful colour, animation and sound. Numerous options are provided to customize visuals and simplify controls. Switch accessible.

Literacy

  • ChooseIt! has literacy-based activities grouped under areas such as Listening Skills, Initial Sounds, Initial Letters, Initial Blends, Alphabet, Everyday Words and Tricky High Frequency Words. Each of these areas has between 20 to 40 activities. Targeted literacy skills range from the alphabet to initial sound sorts to word level activities. Within each activity, students have an option to choose the correct response from 2 to 4 items. Switch accessible.
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