Our list of hi-tech apps will help keep your kids learning all summer long.
ereaders are great for slow, disabled, or resistant readers. Audio-
based and read aloud. Many times the text is highlighted as it is being
spoken by the narrator. These should be chosen based on child’s reading
level and area of interest. Check out wegivebooks.org .
Back in Time
Timo and the Magical Picture Book
Bartleby’s Book of Buttons Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 (.99-
he Three Little Pigs 5.99
Not sure which apps are right for your child? Check out these sources to
help determine just how effective, age appropriate and well-designed apps
are: Common Sense
Media and Children’s
Libbi Malmborg, M.S. CCC-SLP
Libbi is a speech-language pathologist and founder of the Children’s
Synergistic Learning Collaborative