Parent & Caregiver
Apps for Preschoolers:
Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
Learn to match animals, names and sounds. An appropriate App for Preschoolers.
Over 450 colorful flashcards help preschoolers learn words with real sounds and voiceover pronunciations.
TASUC Schedule for iPad is a very simple, picture-based schedule application for iPhone/iPod touch, especially for small children to easily create his/her own daily time-table by using image cards with sounds & voices attached. This application was, above all, developed for verbally disabled children and people with developmental disabilities such as autism, so that they can manage their “want-to-do”s simply and in order. As a result, an intuitive user interface and experience have been realized, thus this application can also be used for ordinary children and adults as well.
Friends Ben and Bella explore a zoo in these interactive games. Through their escapades they teach the names and sounds of animals, colors, and patterns and more.
Tiny Tiger, Hippo and Monkey are looking for a playmate. The user can play games with them, help them play dress up, and take photos!
Count the bugs, see how many you can catch. Sort the buttons. Get the right pattern. Even better, have a roach race! This engaging app will keep your 4 - 6 year olds interested in more. Screen Play App of the Week by Parenting.com.
*No bugs were harmed during the development of this app.
Learn colors with Whack-a-Mole, count while playing pinball. Matching and ABC games as well.
EDA Play helps children work on vision and fine motor skills with games ranging from simple to more complex. You can choose the level of play for your child in two categories: Visual Level and Task Level.
Teach your pre-schooler simple Spanish words.
This app moves the child (ages 2 - 8) through the basic skills in phonics, math, colors, shapes, etc. by playing fun and colorful games. It includes report cards for the parent to gauge how their child is progressing.
This fun and colorful app lets lovable Curious George lead the user through the zoo to not only learn about animals but to work on memory, sorting and reasoning skills. Children can learn about the animals, watch videos about them, and play games.
Speech Cards is a flashcards App that can be used to teach children articulation skills, vocabulary, categories, and more. The text, pictures and audio can be customized to suit the needs of the children. The children can get immediate feedback by recording and then listening to their own voice. The integrated scoring and reporting system enables you to track the progress of the children. This version is free, but a "professional" version is also available.
This soothing little book has interactive features for curious fingers. Sweet narration tells a story of mystery and imagination for children aged 1- 7. Beautiful illustrations!
Abby teaches Preschoolers how to compose and recognize names of animals. This is the free version. The full version is $1.99.
By using sight, sound and touch the user can learn the names of over 60 household objects.
Sock Puppets lets you create your own lip-synched videos. Add Puppets, props, scenery, and backgrounds and start creating. Hit the record button and the puppets automatically lip-synch to your voice.
This is an app for families who have a child on the Autism spectrum, which will help teach your child life skills.
Award-winning app with great artwork, sound effects and music.
This App provides content filtering on the various iOS mobile devices. Simply set your filtering level at Elementary, Middle or High School. Mobicip will automatically apply filtering standards used by K-12 school systems
Designed for preschoolers, the user can touch a color wheel to choose colors and then paint on provided backgrounds or just doodle.
Designed for those who work with autistic children, this app is designed to help them learn to distinguish facial expressions and feelings. The child interacts by placing facial features such as a nose, eyes, and a mouth to construct a face showing feelings such as "sad" or "happy."
This filtering App enables you to block entire categories of content, such as gambling, or block specific web sites, such as Facebook.
Note: You will want to disable Safari and make K9 Web Protection Browser your default browser.
Photo Touch is an educational game that helps children rapidly learn words and objects by sight, sound, and touch. The interface is easy to use. (Designed for 1 to 6 year olds.)
Talking Tom Cat is a fun app for kids of all ages. It's especially good for learning about taking turns in conversations, but it's also good for fine motor skills because you can interact with Tom by petting him, poking him, grabbing his tail, etc. This App can be helpful to children that are on the autism spectrum.