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Valentine’s Day crafts and a Lunchbox Love giveaway

  For Halloween I made Mummy Candy Jars and they seemed to go over pretty well with the boys’ friends and teachers. For my Valentine’s Day crafts I wanted something equally cheap, cheerful and environmentally friendly – but this time something that wasn’t just another cute way to give out more candy. After finding the […]

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Gorilla Band app review (with video!) and giveaway

  If you do nothing else then make the time to watch the video of the Gorilla Band app in action at the bottom of this review – it’s got some footage of Oliver that is guaranteed to make you smile. You may be aware that I have recently written a few guest posts for […]

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If You Give A Mouse A Cookie: activities and a review of Special Stories app

  Edited to add two things: In response to the review the developer has dropped the price of the app from $19.99 to $13.99. I think this places it in the ‘must buy’ category if you have children with special needs or work with them. I also have two copies of the app to giveaway! […]

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Brobo Huggable Nightlight toys – on sale!

  I’ve been looking for nightlight toys for the boys for some time. I wanted something portable and easy to carry but big enough that they wouldn’t easily get lost in bed, something simple for them to control themselves that would also automatically turn off if they fell asleep. So many of the options out […]

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Annie’s Picking Apples 2: app review and giveaway

  Here’s my review of Annie’s Picking Apples 2 by Real Fun Learning. If you don’t yet have a copy of this cute math app, there’s a giveaway for five copies at the bottom of this post. Summary – is the app worth buying? If you’re looking for a fun way for children to both […]

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Babar & Badou's Musical Marching Band

Babar and Badou’s Musical Marching Band – huge giveaway from Cupcake Digital!

  When I found out Cupcake Digital was releasing an app based on Babar and the Adventures of Badou I got very excited. Oliver loves the show and Babar was a big feature of my childhood. You can expect to see a review of the app here but in the interim, to celebrate the release […]

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GoNow Sleek iPad Case by Attainment Company

iPad cases – when iDevices are used for AAC – a review of the GoNow Sleek

  Some posts remain a work in progress for a long time. This one however has set new records and for that I apologize, both to readers who have been waiting for it and to Attainment Company, who kindly gave me a GoNow Sleek case to review. I had the post ready to go in […]

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Fine Feathered Friends book app by Oceanhouse Media - front page

The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library – huge sale plus review of Fine Feathered Friends

  This is a combined ‘Great app deal’ and app review post. All the Oceanhouse Media book apps in The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library series are currently on sale at a price drop of 33% from $5.99 to $3.99. Links to all 11 Learning Library apps can be found at the end of […]

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Monsters Mixer app review

Monsters Mixer app review

  Currently free to download (with in app purchases), Monsters Mixer is being launched in time to celebrate Halloween. Summary – is the app worth buying? In terms of content, this app is well put together and a lot of fun, plus you can currently download it at no cost. However, the in-app purchases are numerous […]

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Autism and AAC: Five things I wish I had known

  In the title of this post I’ve linked autism and AAC for a specific reason. A lot of the points here are equally applicable to people who have a different disability but my argument in this particular post is for ALL autistic people to have access to AAC, regardless of whether they can speak. […]

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