Category Archives: Middle School

SnapType Update & SnapType Pro App

Familiar with SnapType app for iPad and iPhone? If you have students with dysgraphia, you might want to take note of this easy to use, worksheet filling/ annotation app. One of the many annotation apps available, SnapType app is free and created by an … Continue reading

Posted in Activity Worksheets on Your iPad, App Reviews, Apps for OT's, Apps for Special Needs, Assistive Technology, AT for Handwriting, Dysgraphia, Elementary School, Middle School, Occupational Therapy, Writing | 7 Comments

Late on sending your seasons greetings cards? Create an E-Card in minutes!

If you are like me, time has gotten away from me and those season greetings to friends and family are still waiting to be sent out. With two days to go I am attempting to be at least somewhat thoughtful, … Continue reading

Posted in Android, App Reviews, Customizable app, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Early Childhood, Elementary School, Free apps, Handwriting, High School, Holiday and Special Events, iOS, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Keyboard, Middle School, Mobile Device Use, Occupational Therapy, Primary Grades, Spelling, Therapist/Teacher Tools, Word Prediction, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Brain Break Resources for the Classroom and in Therapy

Brain Breaks Research on the benefits of exercise on learning have long been established (Jensen, 2003; Medina, 2008). Brain breaks are just one form of those used in classrooms. Brain breaks have implications for students with special needs such as … Continue reading

Posted in Android, Clinic Based Interventions, Early Childhood, Education, Elementary School, Emotions, Focused attention, iPad, iPhone, Mental Health, Middle School, Mobile Device Use, Movement, Movement Apps, Occupational Therapy, Primary Grades, Research, School Based Interventions, Self-regulation, Special education, Special Education Teacher, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Read & Write for Google Chrome Free for Teachers

 Are you familiar with Read & Write for Google Chrome? A Premium subscription is now free for Teachers! Not familiar with it? Here is an overview of what features are available in the Google Chrome app: How to get your free Google … Continue reading

Posted in Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Free apps, Google, Google Chrome, Google Docs, High School, Language Arts, Learning Disability, Middle School, PDF Management, Post secondary, Productivity apps, Text to Speech, Therapist/Teacher Tools, Word Prediction, Writing | 4 Comments

Community Sidekick App from Ablelink Technologies on Sale

Community Sidekick App developed by AbleLink Technologies is a tracking system that monitors location of individuals in the community. Regularly 19.99, it is currently (2-7-2014) on sale for .99  for a limited time. Compatible with iPhone, iPod (requires Wi-Fi) and iPad, this … Continue reading

Posted in Activities of Daily Living, Adults, App Reviews, Apps for Special Needs, Elementary School, iADL's, Letter Formation, Middle School, Mobile Device Use, Occupational Therapy, Self Care | Leave a comment

Attainments’s Access Language App – Gone Free (today only)

Interested in a literacy app for students who benefit from modified text and supports? Attainments Access Language App (for iPad only, regularly 39.99) provides access to frequently read books in a modified format. iTunes description of the Attainment app states: … Continue reading

Posted in Apps for Special Needs, Cognitive Impairment, Emergent Literacy, High School, iPad, Middle School, Reading, School Based Interventions, Special education, Word Work | Leave a comment

Skill Training App – Visual Motor Fun!

Looking for a fun and challenging visual motor activity app for your students or adult patients? Check out Skill Training app (look out you might be hooked…)! Skill Training app for iPhone and iPad (2.99) is a visual motor/spatial reasoning app … Continue reading

Posted in Adults, App Reviews, Apps for OT's, Apps for Special Needs, Drawing, Elementary School, Game, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Middle School, Occupational Therapy, Pediatrics, Puzzles, Rehabilitation, School Based Interventions, Uncategorized, Visual Memory, Visual Perception | 3 Comments