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iTrace - handwriting for kids  Poster Image

Looking for a way to practice letter writing? Tracing can help kids with dysgraphia, visual spatial-relation issues, and fine motor issues. The app includes fun rewards and animations to encourage kids to keep progressing.

iPad
iWriteWords (Handwriting Game)  Poster Image

Kids practice writing letters, numbers up to 20, and simple words. By following Mr. Crab with a finger, kids write each letter and number. What's more, adults can adjust the difficulty level and features for individual kids with writing challenges.

iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Kid in Story Book Maker  Poster Image

Here's an easy way to create visual stories to support learning and social modeling -- with your kid as the star character! This app is great for kids with intellectual disabilities or with autism.

iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Learning Ally Audio  Poster Image

For $119 a year, provides access to more than 75,000 audio books for kids with visual impairments or dyslexia. Highlights text as it's read and lets kid personalize by adjusting the reading rate, text size, and text and background colors.

iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
HOMER Reading: Learn to Read  Poster Image

This adorable reading program uses voice recording and interactive animation. It's good for helping early learners with sequential learning and early phonics and can be beneficial for kids with cognitive and intellectual disabilities.

iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

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Power Tip

  • Once kids learn new skills with tools like FirstWords: Deluxe, extend learning into home or school. Find the same words in the home or classroom, and match the letters.