Category Archives: social skills

Review: At the Dentist

Review: At the Dentist

Bottom line: While I applaud the sentiment behind At the Dentist, I found the gameplay itself to be awkward and unoriginal with very little actual content that could be considered as something that might actually help prepare children that are apprehensive about visiting the dentist. If you’d like to purchase At the Dentist from Corner… Continue Reading

Sale Alert: Five social development apps drop their prices for a limited time only

Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to get five different social development apps for low prices. The developer, all4mychild, is running a limited time sale. These apps will bring activity ideas, checklists, questions and a virtual whiteboard straight to your fingertips, along with so much more. Regularly, you would pay anywhere between $0.99 and… Continue Reading

Completely FREE app to teach life skills and social skills from Smart Apps for Special Needs!

Everyone faces challenges in life. The main character in Bouncy the People Trainer's You Can Learn is Bouncy, a three-legged mixed breed dog who overcame adversity. Bouncy's message is that every child was born for greatness and with hard work and a positive attitude anything is possible. It's a free app, with no in-app purchases! Continue Reading

Jenni’s Top 10 (or 14) Apps for Social Skills! Newly updated!

As a speech/language therapist in a school district, I work with a huge variety of students. Each student has a different disability, and no two kids are the same. This is something I’m sure many of you can relate with! As many of you know, money is also a concern, not only in the schools,… Continue Reading

Street Smarts: helping kids be safely lost (wait, what?)

    Bottom Line: A video modeling-based app to help children know the steps to take when they get lost. Quality videos with easy instructions make this app appealing to parents, especially those who have children with special needs. Some minor adjustments and increase in content are needed for the app to reach its full… Continue Reading

RE@L Babysitting: Get Organized can help turn your little babysitter into a businessperson

So, your teen (or even your tween) wants to make some extra money and babysitting sounds like a good idea. But how do you know what to charge? And how do you get her name out there? The world of babysitting has become big business, and you want to help your child compete in a… Continue Reading

Articulation app gone FREE! **Save $40!**

**Sorry but this app has returned to full price.  Sign up to our FREE APP ALERT so you never miss great deals like this again** I was sleepily scrolling around the internet this morning while downing, er, sipping my coffee when I discovered that one of the free apps from yesterday's alert went back to FREE again… Continue Reading

Party with Peppa Pig and friends in this best app for preschoolers!

    Bottom Line: Have a party with Peppa! Peppa Pig's Party Time is a fun way to practice a birthday routine and celebrate, even if kids aren’t familiar with Peppa Pig; fans of the British Nick Jr. animated series will love it. The mini games allow for creativity and lots of fun. Continue Reading