Tag Archives: pre-writing

Cursive Writing Wizard App – Gone Free!

Familiar with the popular Writing Wizard app? It’s cursive counterpart – Cursive Writing Wizard app has just gone Free (for how long – it’s always a mystery)! Cursive Writing Wizard app (typically 3.99) for iPhone and iPad provides the same fun … Continue reading

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Apps Gone Free for Your OT or Teaching mTool Kit

iOSnoops is one of my resources for finding free, sale or new apps. This mornings finds on iOSnoop include a couple of apps gone free that might be worth perusing or even cleaning off a few other apps to make room … Continue reading

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Let’s Trace App!

Let’s Trace app is a visual motor integration app for the iPad (.99) that presents simple strokes and shape drawing in a developmental progression. Let’s Tracing app provides visual motor practice for 2-5 year olds learning to trace within lines … Continue reading

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OT’s with Apps Workshop: “Apps and Application for Your School Based OT mTool Kit!

Interested in learning about apps related to school based Occupational Therapy intervention and administrative tasks? Join OT’s with App’s for “Apps and Application for Your School Based OT mTool Kit” August 7th & 8th ! Registration Information For more information visit … Continue reading

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Dexteria Jr App from Binary Labs

  Dexteria Jr. app for iPad (2.99) is described on Binary Labs website as “a set of hand and finger exercises that help develop fine motor skills and handwriting readiness. The activities are specially designed for kids age 2-5. New characters, … Continue reading

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Apps4Stages Wiki

Looking for apps that fit the characteristics of your students? Familiar with Stages© Framework from Cambium, produced by Madalaine Pugliese? “Stages© framework takes a research-based approach to defining developmentally appropriate observable learner characteristics for each Stage and recommends features to consider … Continue reading

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Shapes Touch and Write for iPad – Gone Free!

Reminder… Shapes Touch and Write  gone free today! For more information on the app see Shapes Touch and Write for iPad post dated October 25, 2012. Carol

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