Watch this for a good laugh. I guess here is another use of a tablet. You can set up a bug game on your tablet and see if a nearby frog wants to eat, but the frog doesn’t look too happy.
A word association game is the free app of the day in the Amazon Appstore today. Check it out and download it here. It is only free for four more hours. Sorry for the short notice I just got back from a family trip.
This app provides you with all of the Super Duper “Name that Category” flashcards. It works well with single student or a group, providing automatic switching between students. All of the Super Duper flashcard apps provide a high quality audio of the flashcard option if it is touched, this one has a correct and incorrect button which keeps score. The data can be sent within an email. The data for the email is created in an html file which is saved on the device/SD card. I would recommend this app for lower elementary students working on basic categorical skills.
Check out my new Google+ page about Android Apps for SLPs here.
As a SLP, I use the professional version of this software with my students. It provides an engaging way for children to learn basic concepts (e.g., if, or, first, all, and after) as well as improve their abilities of following directions. I would recommend this software to be used with elementary age child who is having difficulties in these areas. Parts of this software would be appropriate for preschool children. It is currently cheaper to purchase here than it is to purchase it directly off of Super Duper Inc. website.
All of the Super Duper flashcard apps provide a high quality audio of the flashcard option if it is touched. Their apps work great for single student or multiple students at the same time. The data can be sent in an email when completed. The data for the email is created in an html file which is saved on the device/SD card. This app is currently sending the data as an html attachment and not within the email.
For some reason this app is not storing itself on the SD card of my devices. It takes up over 14 MB of space on your device. All of the other Super Duper flashcard apps I have tested store most of app on the SD card by default, so if you have an device with and SD card, you have more room for other apps and stuff. Kindle Fires do not have SD cards so it doesn’t matter for them.
I am giving this app 3 stars until it is updated to send the data within the email and store itself on the SD card; otherwise it works well. I would recommend using this app for preschool and lower elementary students.
I got another email from Super Duper Inc. today. They said the email problem with Fact or Opinions should be fixed with the updates that are on there way.
I got a reply back from Super Duper Inc. yesterday. They said they would work on the problems, so I guess now we wait for app updates.