- SLP Tools
- Articulation Apps
- Apraxia of Speech Apps
- Fluency/Voice/Hearing Apps
- Syntax Apps
- Grammar Apps
- Story Creation Apps
Continue reading to learn about the applications I have on my iPad and which ones are my favorites! (This is only Part 1; Click here for Part 2!)
My iPad's First Page:
The first page on my iPad has applications which are for my personal and professional use; not to be used by my students. As you can see, all of the pre-installed non-deleteable apps are there. In addition, Gmail (for e-mail) and Google Drive (for accessing documents online) have been installed. There is a folder for SLP-specific Tools in the top-right hand corner.
Favorite App on First Page: Google Drive
Favorite SLP Tools App: Custom Boards
These applications are organized in four different folders: Articulation Apps, Minimal Pairs, Apraxia, and Fluency/Voice/Hearing apps.
Favorite Early Sounds App - Articulation Station
Favorite App to Work on the Pesky "R" Sound - R Intensive SLP
Favorite 5-Minute Articulation Apps - Pocket Artic
Favorite Articulation Carryover Apps - Multiple Choice Articulation, I Can Articulate, Articulation Scenes, and Articulation Station
Favorite Articulation Game Apps - Webber Photo Artic Castle, Articulation Games, and Speech With Milo Board Game: Articulation
Overall Most-Used Articulation Apps - Pocket Artic, Articulation Station, Articulation Scenes, and Webber Photo Artic Castle
Minimal Pairs Apps
Favorite Minimal Pairs Apps - Minimal Pairs Academy and Pocket Pairs
Apraxia of Speech Apps
Favorite Apraxia of Speech App - Apraxia Picture Sound Cards Pro
Favorite Fluency App - Speech4Good
Favorite Voice App - SpeechPrompts; I haven't had much experience with voice applications and in addition, many voice applications are above my budget, so I haven't gotten to try them yet.
Favorite Hearing App - RTS Hangman; I haven't had much experience with hearing applications and in addition, many hearing applications that I am interested in are above my budget, so I haven't gotten to try them yet.
Expressive Language Apps
These applications are organized into the following categories: syntax, pronouns/nouns, plurals, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, grammar: elementary, grammar: middle school, animated narratives, graphic organizers, story creation, and writing prompts.
Favorite Beginning Syntax Apps - Sentence Builder and Autism Language Learning
Favorite Overall Syntax Apps -Rainbow Sentences, Syntax City, and Syntax Workout
Favorite Pronoun App - Using I and Me Fun Deck
Favorite Noun Apps - Smarty Britches: Nouns and Speech With Milo: Nouns
Plural Noun Apps
Favorite Plural Noun App - Expedition Plurals
Favorite Verb Apps - Tense Builder and Verbs News
Favorite Adjective App - Adjectives Remix
Favorite Beginner Preposition App - Speech With Milo: Prepositions
Favorite Overall Preposition Apps - Preposition Builder and Preposition Remix
Favorite Overall Grammar: Elementary Apps - Splingo's Language Universe, Grammar Wonderland, and Shake-A-Phrase
Grammar: Middle School Apps
Favorite Overall Middle School Grammar Apps - GrammarPrep: Fragments and Sentence Builder Teen
Favorite Animated Narrative Apps - You're the Storyteller: The Surprise and Toontastic
Graphic Organizer Apps
Favorite Graphic Organizer App - Still haven't found a perfect one; Many graphic organizer applications are above my budget, so I haven't had much opportunity to find one I like.
Story Creation Apps
Favorite Story Creation Apps - StoryPals and StoryMaker
Writing Prompt Apps
Favorite Writing Prompt Apps - Story Dice and Rory's Story Cubes
Click here for Part 2 to learn about my 2012 Receptive Language and Social Language Apps!