Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Free App Alert! Sentence Builder for Special Needs Children is FREE for a limited time! Save $5!

Screen Shot 2014-07-22 at 10.12.35 PMAbiTalk makes a lot of great educational apps, and one of their most popular is Sentence Builder. I was excited to see this new app, better designed for use in therapy! It allows for easy selection of levels, and it's super easy to add in personalized sentences and pictures, too. SLPs and special education teachers will like the functionality of this great app. And it's currently FREE, so download now!
To support Smart Apps for Special Needs and enjoy this great educational app, please use our download button (iPad only, FREE for a limited time only - was $4.99):
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SentenceI've used the original Sentence Builder in therapy, but it was always a little awkward to get it set up perfectly for my sessions. I'm so excited to use this new, thoughtfully designed app when my school year starts in August.

The developer has included nearly every feature I appreciate in a therapy app. There's data collection, user profiles, customization options... the new interface and organization is also well done.

Sentence2The overall goal of this app is to arrange words into a sentence. The sentence is presented orally (though that option can also be turned off), and the words are all around the picture in a mixed-up order. Tapping each word brings clear narration, and the user simply drags the words to the bottom of the screen in the right order.

Sentence Builder for Special Needs Children Is a great addition to the app store, for a very reasonable price--the regular price of $4.99 is half the price of a normal low-cost app for therapy.  And it's just gone FREE, making it a must-download!

from iTunes:
The app is designed for special needs children. We worked closely with many SLP to get their input and feedbacks on both content and user interface.

Sentence3The app includes three different levels. The first level includes the sentences with simple structures. The sentences in level two are more complicated. The level three, we includes the extra words to reinforce the grammar, punctuations, vocabularies, etc.

The users can also created their own sentences, add their own words and images.

The app supports unlimited user accounts and the detail progress report for each user.

You can sync customized content, user account, etc among other iPads in your classroom.

The content and design are teacher approved content.

Features:
•Sentences
•Sight Words
•Vocabulary
•Grammars
•Punctuation
•Pronunciation
•Teacher approved content
•Two different levels
•Kindergarten
•First Grade
•Second Grade

Students can move the words around to build the sentence themselves. Start with the built-in sentences, then create your own sentences, use your own images, and use your voice to record your own sentences and words. Each word can be clicked for the sound of the word, and words can be rearranged to make a proper sentence.

Sentence4The app starts with simple sentences and progresses to more complex sentences. The sentences focus on daily life situations, with many references to numbers, colors, and dialogue.

This app is ideal for self-paced learning or home schooling. It teaches kids grammar, sentence structure, and develops their listening skills.

This game is is like having a private tutor to teach your child one on one.

•Sentence Builder helps kids to learn how to construct short sentences
•The app includes two built-in levels and self created sentences
•Level one is designed for kindergarten and first grade students
•Level two is designed for first grade and second grade students
•Level three is designed for first grade and second grade students
•The self created content allow users to pick their own images, create new sentences and words, record their own voice.


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