Middle School – Language Apps for special needs children by Nancy Barth

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Note to the users: This list is generated by Nancy in response to the requests from our FB users for apps that are for older kids who are in developmental level of the younger kids. They need to learn these skills but they don’t need babyish themes. These apps are intended to address those requests.  Hope this give the context to this list.

These apps are designed for younger children, but they can be used with older kids just learning to read.

App Name Summary
Word BINGO

Description

  • Sight Words Pre-Primer to 3rdgradeTracks performance

 

IEP Goals/Skills Covered

  • Recognize Sight WordsSpell Sight Words
Audio Learn 2 Bee: Sight Words

Description:

  • Sight Words Pre-Primer to 3rd grade
  • Tracks High Scores

IEP Goals/Skills Covered: 

  • Recognize Sight Words
  • Spell Sight Words
  • Read Sight Words in Sentences (I wasn’t able to find this setting)
Sight Words List - Learn to Read Flash Cards & Games

Description:

  • Sight Words Pre-Primer to 3rd grade
  • Customizable
  • Font Size can be adjusted to make it appropriate for older kids.

IEP Goals/Skills Covered: 

  • Recognize Sight Words
  • Choose Correct Sight Word from a Field of 2 (up to 6 words).
The Pompom Monsters ­- Learn to Read -­ Level 1

Description:

  • Very simple stories with one sentence per page.  Good for older students just learning to read sight words. 

IEP Goals/Skills Covered: 

  • Read Sight Words in Sentences
PCS™ Vocabulary Memory

Description:

  • Bingo game using PCS symbols. Use with/without text and word voicing.

IEP Goals/Skills Covered: 

  • Practice Vocabulary and Sight Words.
PCS™ Vocabulary Bingo

Description:

  • Memory game using PCS symbols. Use with/without  

IEP Goals/Skills Covered: 

  • Recognize Sight WordsSpell Sight Words
Ace Writer - Dolch Sight Words HD Free Lite

Description:

  • Sight Words Pre-Primer to 3rd Grade.  Trace sight words.

IEP Goals/Skills Covered: 

  • Spell Sight Words.

About Nancy Barth: 

Nancy Barth Tutoring began as Barth Educational Consultants when Nancy retired from teaching in public schools and moved back to Fresno, California, to live the easy life. She never wanted to retire from improving the lives of others through education, but needed a more flexible schedule to help care for her first grandson.

Her services  include specialized tutoring for dyslexia and dysgraphia using multisensory strategies and techniques, academic support for children, teens, and young adults with autism/Asperger’s, as well as other specialized tutoring and consulting services. She works with all ages.

To learn more about Nancy,  Check out her website: http://nancybarthtutoring.com/


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  1. Technology in Education says:

    This list is generated by Nancy from Nancy Barth Tutoring in response to the requests from our FB users for apps that are for older kids who have these IEP Goals. They need to learn these skills but they don’t need babyish themes. These apps are intended to address those requests. Hope this give the context to this list.

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