Saturday, October 18, 2014

Featured Free and Discounted Apps: Apps for ABA, a social story, and Wubbzy! Save $48!

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Math apps, ABA apps for autism, even one of my favorite game apps (Fish Out Of Water) are all FREE today! There are also discounts, for a total savings of $49 on 20 apps. Don't wait, though--many of these apps will only be discounted until 10 pm CST on October 19.

Screen Shot 2014-10-18 at 11.57.38 PMi Get... Going to the Hospital and Accessing Child Life Services with Medical Photo Vocabulary and Preparation Books
iPad/iPhone - $4.99 to FREE
i Get… Going to the Hospital is an application providing a photo story for individuals that need help understanding the process of being admitted to the hospital. Photo books about child life services as well as objects and staff members relative to the hospital are included.
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Screen Shot 2014-10-18 at 11.33.37 PMWubbzy's Dance Party
iPad/iPhone - $2.99 to $.99
The Wubb Club is planning the most Wubbtastic Dance Party ever! But who will take over as lead singer when Wubbzy has too much lemony-lemon juice? Based on the popular “Meet the Wuzzles” episode, young readers will discover all new ways to learn and play with this interactive storybook app.
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Screen Shot 2014-10-18 at 11.42.57 PMOn Track: Supporting Your Child's Writing Development at Home
iPad/iPhone - $9.99 to $1.99
This app will help parents of children ages 3–11 to determine what developmental writing stages their children are in and learn how to support their growth and encourage their love of writing. The app provides videotaped conversations to use as models and also writing activities and information on spelling expectations that parents can use to help any child progress.
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 Face Read 1 - Autism Series
iPad/iPhone - $.99 to FREE
Face is the window of the heart - do you agree? What is on your face is what you are feeling. However, special needs children often find it a challenging task to accurately read facial expressions of their friends and relatives. WebTeam Corporation has an app called Face Read 1 to assist these children.
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For 16 MORE apps, please visit Smart Apps for Kids!

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