This unique Minecraft coloring app offers:
This unique Minecraft coloring app offers:
When the studying is done, or simply a brain-break is needed, Learn with Rufus: Fun and Games provides a little fun and frivolity. We have taken the "toys" from each of our previous Learn with Rufus apps and brought them all together in one delightful, little, free package. Learn with Rufus: Fun and Games was designed by Dr Holly Gastgeb, a licensed clinical and developmental psychologist with over ten years of experience working with typically developing children and children with autism spectrum disorder.
"In the cluttered app store, Paint My Cat is unique and executed in a really clever and fun fashion.”
– Top Pick of SmartAppsForKids.com
This is a whole new way to use your PC, phone or tablet and a completely unique experience! Color your cat and his playthings, them bring them to life in the world around you.
Award-winning five-step method teaches students how to play piano and read music within minutes. This successfully proven system emphasizes sensory learning, which mimics the way you learn native language, first by doing, then gradually showing how to read the musical notes you have already learned to play. Playing piano lights up the brain and has been neurologically proven to increase memory capacity, enhance coordination, sharpen concentration, refines social skills and more.
Free download, additional songs start at $0.99.
Enter the realm of improbable possibility. Illogical inventiveness. Deliberate spontaneity. ZoLO·ooLo™ lets you become the creator, so you're free to express what's inside!
Start with the captivating palette of colorful and quirky ZoLO·ooLo shapes. Pick, mix, rotate, resize or reshift them. It doesn't matter what your age or ability level is - you are creative in your own unique way. Explore, create and play!
From time to time, we all have to wait for something we want! Many learners who encounter situations during which they must wait have difficulty with this concept. Wait4it™ is a great visual tool Phase I and II of PECS have been mastered. The app is designed for use in any setting to help teach the concept of "wait" and encourage learners to wait successfully! Wait4it™ includes a bright, oval "wait" card, digital sand timer and space for you to input a visual representation of the item the learner is w
Tellagami (rhymes with origami) is a quick and easy way to create and share a short story called a “Gami,” and helps inspire communication, creativity and captures attention. The app urges users to self-publish stories through a customized digital 3D character, enabling them to communicate and relate to each other using a touch screen—a medium that’s easy to navigate and understand, lending to increased confidence and human connection. Gamis can be easily shared with friends and family via e-mail, Facebook, twitter and more!
Felt Board app allows children to create and dress characters by selecting skin tone, hair, facial expressions and outfits. A variety of accessories, scenery and animals are available to encourage storytelling and make believe play. The app also includes letters, numbers, shapes, and accessories for popular early childhood songs and rhymes. Parents and teachers can used Felt Board with children to encourage communication and reinforce learning.
Also available for Kindle Fire and NOOK.
How many arms will your monster have? How many Legs? Let's spin the wheel and find out!!!
The main purpose of this App is to create a unique 'Scare' (Monster). A spinning wheel is used to choose the number of arms, legs, eyes, noses, mouths and ears to place on your Scare's body. The child then places these body parts on to their Scare.
This App can be used to teach your child how to count and use their imagination to create their very own Scare. A new and unique Scare can be produced every time the App is played.
A basic large lined writing pad useful for practicing numbers and letters, strengthening fine motor skills, completing spelling tasks, practicing shapes, and more. Comes with six colored pencils and 27 papers- which are continually updated based on recommendations from teachers, occupational therapists, and other caregivers.