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Sarah Pickford

Timer : for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4... - 0 views

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    This is a timer app that doesn't use the typical rotary wheels to set! It looks simple enough for students to set with ease.
Sarah Pickford

Peek-a-Zoo by Duck Duck Moose - App Review - 0 views

  • Tots learn to recognize emotions, behaviors with cute app.
  • Peek-a-Zoo by Duck Duck Moose is an app game that asks children to look at different groups of cartoon animal characters and distinguish which ones are exhibiting a specific trait or behavior ("Who is crying?" "Who is surprised?" "Who is angry?"). It is super simple to use, making it a nice tool for toddlers and preschoolers to use in terms of learning social cues.
  • Price: $.99
Sarah Pickford

Making Sequences for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

  • $4.99
  • Teach story sequencing or help children master steps for completing a task. Making Sequences includes 15 photo sequences for teaching story order. Use these or upload your own images, add voice recordings and share them with others using Dropbox. Teach personalized daily living skills or have fun teaching kids to sequence stories starring themselves. Also great for making short social stories.
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    custom images, practice placing in order
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Visual Cue Lite - 0 views

  • 1. Visual Cue: prompt using pictures Show the picture of destination rather than repeatedly saying “We are going to go to the school.” Their concern might be coming from uncertainty of where they are going. Usually general noun is hard to remind them the real destination. Temple Grandin said one day, when she heard a word “church” it reminds her a lot of various real pictures of churches. Just show them the exact image for the next thing, no worries about verbal learning. “Visual Cue” supports playing a recorded sound of the destination as well. 2. First ~ Then: simple cause and result Let them know what’s going to happen after they accomplish one thing using a sequential picture though “First ~ Then.” You can show the first image as a condition to have the second one. For example, show picture of wash hands at first then show their favorite snack. It makes them understand clearly what they need to do for the compensation as a contingency. 3. Which One? Dude, we are living in the lots of choice! Give them a choice via pictures. You can show them as many as 4 pictures to choose from. If they are non-verbal then it is hard to know what they want or where they want to go, etc. You can show them a few pictures of places, food, objects, even photos of friends. Suddenly they are happy to get the freedom of choice and it makes your life easier by seamless communication. 4. Count Up: another token system with rewarding animation and sound Do you want to encourage a good behavior by visual cue framework? You can add a star by tapping and give an interesting reward when predefined number of stars has reached. 5. Count Down: a time keeper for transition Hard time at transition? This count down tool will remind them how much time they have left until they need to stop playing or to go home. You can count it down by tapping manually until 0. 6. Visual Scheduler: a guide map for visual thinkers Not enough with a couple of pictures? You can make a story line of what to do or what’s going on in the next couple of hours or even for days. Create a series of activities for your kids to make it clear what to expect next in a structured way. This tool provides an easier way to add, remove, change the sequence in order to maximize flexibility. 7. Visual Timer: Progressive image with timer You can choose your favorite image as a timer background, it also supports alarm. *** We don’t provide stock images but give you many choice to build your own library such as take a photo, add a image from photo album, or download from internet.
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    picture schedule, visual timer, lots of neat stuff
Sarah Pickford

Tell A Story with Tommy:School Sequences for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

  • The application begins with a story. You have the option to have the story read to you or you can read the text yourself. Then, you place the four sequences in the correct order to win the game. There is also an option to turn off the text so that your child can make up their own story
  • $2.99
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Timer with Sections - 0 views

  • $1.99
  • The performance assistant view intuitively visualizes the remaining and elapsed time, both for the current section and the whole performance. Elapsed time is depicted in red, remaining time in green. An inner disc represents the used and remaining time for the current section. The section title is displayed in the center. An outer ring represents the used and remaining time for the whole performance. The segments of the ring represent the individual sections
  • Alarm Option: Optionally you can set an alarm at the end of each section. If set a short tick sound will signal the end of a section
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Situation SHUFFLE - 0 views

  • With Situation SHUFFLE, all you've got to do is arrange a set of images in the right sequence. Any set of images within Situation SHUFFLE can be based on a wide variety of places, things and situations – meaning that you never get bored as you try to solve problem after problem.
  • $0.99
  • - 30 IQ quizzes, 30 extra quizzes and 6 SHUFFLE quizzes- Tests that develop critical thinking skills- Option of conveniently zooming on pictures to observe details- Handy hints for guidance- Exciting music and sound effects- Suitable for all age groups
Sarah Pickford

Step-by-Step for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

  • $2.99
  • Step-by-Step is a visual aide to help guide children through complex tasks. The complex sequence becomes just a few small, straightforward steps. By working through the small steps with visual reminders the learner chains small steps into complex routines.
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    picture checklist
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Inkflow - 0 views

  • Inkflow works like a word-processor for visual thinking. Capture your ideas as easily as with pen and paper, then arrange and reorganize them with your fingers!
  • FLUID RESIZING AND REARRANGINGEffortlessly scale or move anything you select. This will change the way you think about ink: Jot down a list of ideas or concepts then rearrange them to fit into the bigger picture. literally move your thoughts around the page, and assemble big ideas with your fingers. This works great for brainstorming and planning. It's also perfect for prototyping layouts, sketching, and drawing.FULL RESOLUTION ZOOMZoom and pan with two fingers. Inkflow's ink stays sharp no matter how much you zoom in, so you can add fine details at full quality. It's also lightning fast. No pixelation or lag here. This allows writing and drawing with incredible precision, with or without a stylus.
Sarah Pickford

Stickyboard for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

  • ✔ A large, zoomable board to capture all your ideas. Zoom by pinching, and pan by dragging the board. Tap to add a note. Drag notes around with your finger.✔ It's easy to rearrange ideas, capture their relationships, and discover important patterns.✔ Four standard colors (yellow, blue, pink, and green), plus 2 special ones (lavender and sunrise).✔ Free-form drawing with the marker tool. Write, outline, and sketch around your notes.✔ Email boards as PDF. Easily share with colleagues or archive changes.
  • ✔ Note expose: Swipe down with 3 fingers to view all notes arranged in a grid. Swipe again to restore. Don't worry, your layout is always preserved.
Sarah Pickford

App Store - iProgress - 0 views

  • $0.99
  • One step at a time, day after day, month after month, until you’re done, using randomly generated reminders, precise statistics and Introspector - our built-in journal
Sarah Pickford

iDesk - Diagrams, Graphs, Schemes & Ideas for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

  • $6.99
  • iDesk allows you to make flow charts, org charts, Venn diagrams, mind maps, take notes, sketches and do other diagrams with no constraints.Draw a shape, type a text, stylize it choosing from 50+ Fonts.
  • And now with our latest update you can even record an audio note to each shape. Afterwords You can easily share it with your friends, colleagues, partners or classmates.
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Chain Timer - 0 views

  • Chain Timer allows you to setup multiple lists of alarm timers where each timer is called after the next one. Each alarm clock can be customized with a name and alarm sound and each countdown time can be freely set from 1 second up to 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds per Timer.
  • $2.99
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    Can prompt onto next timed task with text
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Super Duper "What Are They Thinking?" - 0 views

  • Use the App to improve your students' inferencing, reasoning, and conversational skills. All the people and animals in these fun photos have thought bubbles above their heads. Touch the screen to hear all of the thoughts or touch one thought bubble to hear just that character's thought. Hit the refresh button to hear a new thought for each bubble.
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Tip Of My Tongue - 0 views

  • $2.99
  • Tip of my Tongue is an iPad/iPhone/iPod app that makes it very easy to find words. It contains a list of 125,000 words and you do not need Internet-access for searching through the word list. Internet-access is only required for looking up the meaning of words.
  • There are four types of criteria that you can use to find words:
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  • 1) Word Length:Specify the shortest and longest acceptable word lengths here. Use these to narrow down the results if you get too many matches.
  • 2) Letters:Specify which letters must be and cannot be in the word that you are looking for
  • 3) Partial Words:If you know the prefix or suffix (starts with 'ada' or ends with 'nt') then specify that here
  • 4) Solve Word Games:To solve a Hangman word-puzzle, type in the known letters and use the '.' (period) symbol for missing letters
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Voice Alerts -Voice Todo, Voice Email, Voice Recorder all in one - 0 views

  • $2.99
  • 1. Tell her what you need to do2. Tell her the time, date and when it should remind you before the coming day and time.3. If you are not available when your Voice Assistant told you that you have a task or appointment around the corner. You can snooze the alert. Not a task or appointment will be missed.
Sarah Pickford

App Store - ImageQuest - 0 views

  • ImageQuestincludes over 500 "pictonym" puzzles that require recognizing pictures, finding relationships, and tapping into one's vocabulary to find the word that links a set of images.
  • Pictonyms – pictures or images that may be distinctively different, but share a common word
  • $0.99
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  • ImageQuest goes beyond a memory game. It is a sophisticated visual game that asks, "What word can describes all of these images". It requires vocabulary, spelling, and visual acuity to master this game.
Sarah Pickford

App Store - uTrack Lite - 0 views

  • The concept is simple. You have a virtual ‘wall’ where you can put up sticky notes with your to do's. Once you decide to start the task, simply drag the sticky note from the ‘to do’ column to ‘in progress’. Move the task to the 'verify' column should you feel the need to revisit it after completion. Once the task is finally completed drag it to the ‘done’ column. At any point in time, you could delete tasks or clean your wall completely. The application also allows you to take snapshots at any given instance and send it via email.
Sarah Pickford

App Store - Talking Memory Kids - 0 views

  • This TALKING MEMORY game helps kids exercise their minds and learn to pronounce words. Start the clock and complete the game in the fastest time. It's fun and educational!Includes:* Three levels of difficulty (4x4, 6x6 and 8x8 grids)* Audio pronunciation of each picture* High quality images and speech* Clean and colorful layout* Race the clock* Random shuffle of pictures for a large combination of games* InstructionsThis game is excellent for kids of all ages. With its TALKING pictures, it's especially helpful for kids with learning and visual disabilities.
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