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Great app deal: Speak For Yourself – 50% off TODAY ONLY!

  TODAY ONLY: the AAC app Speak For Yourself is 50% off – $99.99 instead of $199.99. Normally I only do a great app deal post if I can personally vouch for the app being terrific. In this case, I don’t yet have a copy of Speak For Yourself but people I respect say wonderful […]

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Kid in Story Book Maker

Giveaway for Kid in Story Book Maker!

  Act quickly – this giveaway for Kid in Story ends on Sunday night because the app codes expire on Wednesday! One of my favourite apps for creating social stories is Kid in Story Book Maker. I wrote¬†a review of it here. The crux of my review: There are more apps to create social stories […]

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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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Cute Food: app review and giveaway

  Puppet Workshop, a recent release¬†from Jump App has rightly won many accolades as it’s a fun, engaging app with an old-school sock puppet feel. The developer also has a brand new app coming out called Imagination Box which I was lucky enough to get a sneak preview of. It allows you (I mean, um, […]

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Bugs and Buttons 2 by Little Bit Studio, LLC, Defender game

Buy Bugs and Buttons 2 for only 99 cents and enter to win the other 3 Bugs apps from Little Bit Studio!

  This morning was just like any other morning in some respects. The boys came into my room for snuggles, we got up and had breakfast and got dressed. Then I said to myself, “wait a second, it’s the 18th! Bugs and Buttons 2 is out today!!” If you have a modicum of sense then […]

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Ten great visual support apps

  If your kids are having a tough time with Back to School, consider helping them along with visual supports. Why do I like visual aids? Here’s why: My kids can’t always process what you tell them but they can understand what you show them. For learning new skills a visual task list is worth […]

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Life update!

  Just a quick post to update you all on a couple of exciting developments and to let you know why, until September, I likely won’t be posting as frequently as I would like to. Guest app reviewer at The iMums I will continue to review apps here at SBKM but I’m thrilled to report […]

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Chatting with Owen on the subway: an AAC eye-opener

  As those who read my recent post on this subject know, I’m currently working on building up Owen’s core vocabulary using Proloquo2Go (P2G), an AAC app we recently acquired thanks to the generosity of friends. Prior to getting P2G we were working with TalkTablet and Owen’s communication home page in that app was put […]

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Great app deals: TEN Smarty Ears apps reduced to only $4.99 each!

  I was checking the apps that have dropped in price over the last 24 hours and I saw a couple of Smarty Ears apps on my wishlist had dropped in price to only $4.99. Upon further investigation it appears Smarty Ears are having a massive summer sale! I had to share this with you […]

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Avokiddo Emotions: app review and giveaway including video of the app in action!

  Avokiddo Emotions – Playful learning for kids is the second offering from the development team that brought you Beck and Bo – and it’s a flawless play-based learning app for both younger children and autistic kids. If your children find cartoon animals engaging then you’ll want to buy this app, especially given its low […]

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