This Free App February post features apps that you might find useful for planning, conducting therapy, or even for personal use.
Tally Counter by Pixel Research Labs
A simple tally counter. Customize by controlling the sound and setting a limit.
Picture Card Maker by Bo Innovations
Create free visual supports with this easy to use app. A great app to recommend to parents who want visual supports or pictures for communication at home. Using photographs of objects and actions meaningful to the individual makes this app appropriate for all ages.
In addition to printable cards, these picture cards can be used directly over the device as a communication tool. However, there are ads and not all ads are appropriate for children. If using this as a communication tool, you might want to spend the $5.99 to purchase Picture Card Maker Plus.
Feeddler RSS Reader for iPad and iPhone by C.B. Liu
Feeddler syncs with my Google Reader allowing me to read blogs that I subscribe to on my phone or iPad. I always have something interesting to read!
If you don't use Google Reader, but would like to know how, check out my post Keeping Track of Blogs!
Use Skitch to annotate photos, maps, web pages, and screenshots with arrows, text, and shapes. Zoom and crop images, pixelate portions of images, add highlights, and share your work with any application that accepts images.
Use Skitch to demonstrate the use of a web page or app. Support your students with visuals by annotating directions, important words in sentences, or for readers, target phonemes.
I have written about the following apps in a prior post. To see more, read my post Apps to Make Life a Little Easier
|Easybee Age Calculator|
Calculates age faster than
I calculate ages manually.