iPad apps for children with autism/special needs post 1 (see page: Benefits of iPad Usage)

There are many free apps on the IPAD that are appropriate for children with autism/special needs. Some are listed here:

1) My colors lite (teaches colors)

2) color slapps (identification of basic colors)

2) Yes/No (great for students to communicate with questions requiring a yes/no response)

3) speech lite (provides pictures and pronunciation of the words on the pictures)

4) touch & say (identifies feelings, colors, numbers, letters, and provides pronunciation of the words, etc.)

5) autism iHelp : sorting (has the child sort various objects into categories)

6) autism iHelp: same and different (find the picture that matches)

7) autism iHelp: opposites (find the opposite)

8) autism iHelp: comprehension (placing shapes and colors on objects)

9) autism iHelp: phonological awarenss (rhymes)

10) autism iHlep wh?: (identifies people and things using who, what, when, where, why questions)

11) autism iHelp play : (toys, outdoor acticitivities, games, etc.)

12) autism iHelp colors

13) autism iHelp language concepts

14) autism iHelp shapes

Below are some images of the apps mentioned above:

autisticapp1 autisticapp2 autisticapp3 autisticapp4 autisticapp5 autisticapp6

autisticapp8 autisticapp7autisticapp7.1

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4 thoughts on “iPad apps for children with autism/special needs post 1 (see page: Benefits of iPad Usage)

  1. Hello, I have finished a simple app that might be helpful. It is a free, simple game for iPad and iPhone that is called Pop Xtreme. The person pops little bubbles, they get a pop noise, and it goes really fast. Thank you

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