Top Special Needs - Tech/Apps
You can certainly use low-tech toys and ideas to help with a multitude of disabilities. Flash cards can be made and printed at home. Photographs can be taken for a picture schedule and printed. These high-tech toys can also help kids with developmental delays. They also make it seem more like the kids are just playing games, but do know they are learning as well. Repetition, memorization, sequencing can all be done in both high-tech and low-tech environments.
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Kids can learn to count from 1 to 10 through this farm-themed story app and multiple learning games.
This iPad case and app combination is clever and a great drawing system for ages 3+, although the app does have a few glitches.
The Kid-Tough Apptivity Case lets preschoolers safely play with mom and dad's iPhone or iPod Touch. The case has a clear screen cover to protect against drips and sticky fingers. The sturdy outer…
The LeapPad Explorer was a huge hit when it came out last year. But this year, LeapFrog has revamped the LeapPad Explorer to give it more memory, better battery life, and more features. The…
Today's kids are very tech-savvy. Even the youngest kids know how to use the same gadgets that mom or dad use, and they want to. However, some parents may be wary of letting their 4-year-old play…
from Ruckus Media Group - Hasbro
The Ruckus Media/Hasbro app brings familiar Tonka trucks — Chuck & Friends — to life. This app is great for learning to read, practicing spelling, matching and more. You can choose to…