Super Duper Pub. has developed a new app featuring their WH question cards. Super Duper is stepping up their apps with this new transition. While in the past, their apps just contained the card decks to scroll through, this new one features interactive games.
The app includes all 5 WH question decks (Who, What, Where, When & Why). Users can select from four game options. These include Multiple Choice, Decoder, Matching, and Drag ‘n Match. SLP’s can choose to use just one or multiple question card decks during play. You may score responses automatically or manually.
To get started add your students to the game by pressing the green + sign. Press the red negative sign to clear your student names. Then tap where it says Select Players to Collect Data on. From the list above you will be able to select whole decks. To select just certain stimuli from a deck – click the small arrow below the deck.
In the Multiple Choice game you can select to ASK or ANSWER questions. The answering questions task provides a picture and the question. To have the app read the question/answers, just tap on the picture. Once you select the correct answer the picture flips to match. The upper left hand corner will indicate which players turn it is and how many questions they have answered. If you select to ask the questions, your student will be shown the answer question and need to identify which question it answers.
The Decoder game works just like Super Duper Fun Decks that include the decoder. Students are presented with a question and 3 answer choices. Once they make a select the decoder pops on to the screen. The student moves the decoder over to their answer, which flips the picture. The students really loved this one!
The matching game can be played in a variety of difficulty levels (4, 9, 16, 25 cards.) The student clicks on one red and one blue. They are then prompted to decide if the cards (the question and the answer) match. Throughout the app there are little ‘ WH’ creatures. During this game they are hidden under the cards. The WH creatures (ie: the creature with WHAT on his chest) don’t correspond to the type of question. That was pretty confusing for some of my little guys.
The Drag ‘n Match game is the game I find myself using the most. Dragging together pictures that match is the easiest for my preschool crowd. You can adjust the difficulty by controlling how many cards are placed on the screen.
Data collection is saved during all activities. Graphs give an easy snapshot of skills for each WH question. Overall I loved the multiple games included within the app. The app allows for a variety of difficulty levels. The student’s were engaged in the app, but the focus is placed on the skills in all activity.
In the next update, I wish I had the option to turn off the words on the cards. I have several children on the Autism Spectrum who are excellent readers. I have to cover the words with my fingers on the app to prevent them from just reading me the cards. You can test out the app by downloading the free deck of WHO questions! It’s great to test it out before you buy the full version! Super Duper provided me with this app in exchange for a review. Super Duper is letting me give away one copy of this awesome new app! Enter on the rafflecopter below.
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I also wish you could have certain question types for certain students. For example: Jonny works on when and where and Janey only works on Why.
Caren Sue Evans says
I don’t have any right now!
I’d love this app! So many of my students need practice with wh-questions. Looks like a fun app too!
I just got an iPad and would love to be able to add this app!
I don’t have any apps that specifically target wh questions. I use my scene, my play home, and picture flashcards and ask the kids questions about the pictures.
Amanda Patten says
I’ve previewed this app and it’s wonderful!
Liz F. says
I do not have any apps for wh- questions right now either. This one looks promising!
I haven’t used any apps to specifically target wh- questions yet.
Rachel Jones says
I’ve never found a great WH question app that I like…I tend to do youtube clips (Pixar Shorts are lifesavers!) and pause to do WH questions throughout. Something about watching them 1) at all and 2) on the iPad keeps them glued!
Let’s Talk Speech Therapy
I use Questions 2 Learn. It can be used with groups, has 4 levels and has picture choices.
I’ve tried the free who app…would love the others! Don’t have any others yet!
I’ve been wanting to try this one out! I do have WH questions at school and the free version of this one…just the who questions
Reshella Leary says
Would love to include this for kids working on wh questions! Much more interactive than materials that I currently have!
I don’t use any right now and I wish I had one!
I have the Wh questions app by smarty ears! This app looks great though
I’ve been looking for good aps since I can’t find any good “wh” ones
T. Hubbard says
I’d love to win the app! PICK ME!
This app looks great! Thanks for the giveaway and review!
Kelly Maxwell says
I use ?It for wh- questions.
I use ? iIt, and Questions2Learn. I would love to win this!
I use the Smarty Ears WH Questions and Kiddie Questions apps.
I don’t use any specific apps, but use personal pictures or google images then roll the “wh” cube to see what kind of question to ask or be asked. This app sounds perfect! I hope I win!
Carrie Walls says
I use language Builder and Question It.
As of now I don’t use any apps for wh questions!
I use the funniest home videos app to practice WH questions!
Hallie S says
I currently use “QuestionIt” and the Super Duper card decks! Would love to add this one to my app collection!
I have Language Adventures by Smart Ears, Question Builder by Mobile Education Store, Questions 2 Learn by Speech pups, and the lite version of WH questions by Super Duper.
MorganJoseph Jones says
I use wh questions every day so this app would be great to have!
I don’t have a questions app yet, so this would be great!
I don’t have any apps for questions right now. Would love to add this one.
I currently don’t have an app for WH questions so this would be great!
I’m getting an iPad soon, so any apps are appreciated!
I love this! Way easier to travel with my iPad than remembering all of the decks of cards!
Shelbi S. says
I can’t wait to get this app! I love these decks, but the kids are tired of cards and having the option to play different games on the iPad is great!
I have used the free version and absolutely love it for several students.
I would love this app. I’m working on WH questions this term.
Missy Paoletti says
This would be so much easier than carrying different decks everywhere.
The only apps I’ve used have not been good. This one looks great!
Brandy Madujibeya-Epps says
I use the playhouse app to ask wh questions.
Would be a great addition to my starting collection!
Sometimes I use the Angry Birds app to focus on where questions. Thanks for the giveaway!
I would love this app!
I am seriously considering purchasing this app but if I could win it that would be even better!
I’m all for any app that helps reduce how often I have to bust out the decks!
I used the “Who” deck with two patients today, I would love to have the full app! So many great uses!
I’ve tried the WHO preview and like it… but would prefer if it didn’t automatically scroll to the next question after a correct response. Sometimes my kiddos have quick fingers and I’d like to elicit a full sentence while the visual is still available.
Abe Webber says
In the settings of Multiple Choice and Decoder, there is an option to turn on/off Auto-Advance for cards or players. This will allow as much time as needed to review each card – then just swipe to the next one!
Thanks for your feedback!
Looks like a great app! I can see using this with my preschoolers and all of my school aged students.
Talking With Rebecca
Thanks for your grateful informations, this blogs will be really help for students news.
I’ve tried the WHO version, but I’d love a chance to try the others as well. I’ve also used the QuestionIt app for some of my students.
Shannon Giles says
So far I’ve been using Story Pals to work on answering questions after listening to a short story. I would love something that was just specific questions though.
MorganJoseph Jones says
I use Super Duper “WH” question cards weekly so I would love to have an app with all of the questions!
I don’t currently own any apps to target WH questions. I love how they have reformatted their card decks.
SLP Gone Wild says
I use Questions 2 Learn and Question It.
Crazy Speech World
I have used Wh Questions by Smarty Ears. This app looks awesome!
I use the Question it app, but really, really want the super duper wh? !!!
I have been looking for a good WH-questions app!
These are great! Would love to win this :0)
I currently don’t use any
Christina F. says
This looks awesome! I have so many students working on WH- Questions this year…
Jackie G says
I could really use this app with my students!
Linguisystems buddy bear
I currently do no have any apps for WH questions. I love Super Duper publications!!
i use collins big cat apps with the stories…. this app would be great to use with my students since i dont have an app thats specific to WH questions!
I would LOVE to win this give away, what an awesome app!
Riverview Speechies says
Apps that I use to target WH questions include: Who am I? (animals), What is it? the Bag Game, and Autism Basic Questions /Problem Solving/ Grammar.
Mindy Thompson says
I need a good “wh” question app….I haven’t found one that I really like yet!
Lisa moon says
I use the free super duper deck download right now, and like it but agree that I wish you could turn off the words sometimes, but this upgrade looks great!
I dibt have any questions apps – just got my Ipad yesterday. Can’t wait to start adding apps.
I don’t currently use any apps, but our preschool just got 10 iPads!!! I could love to use this app on one of them! 🙂
i haven’t ever found a good app but i’m going to check out questions2learn!
I currently use ?It for iPad right now to work on WH-questions.
I don’t have any “wh” question apps, but my kids love to see, touch, use the iPad, so this would be great.
I don’t have any WH question apps right now, but I would love one! I use Super Duper’s WH question CD frequently in my sessions.
Michelle Moore says
Love your blog! Thanks for helping me to be a better therapist! And this app would be so great…I’ve got a lot of kiddos with goals for wh- questions!
Leslie Hillebrand says
I am looking for a I have been looking for a “wh” question app for some time. Super Duper has some great games for WH questions- but this sounds like a good opportunity to change it up a bit.
I have so many students that need to work on WH questions. This would be a great app for me!
Christy Stoudt says
I’ve tried the free “Who” app, and would love the other questions! I love superduper products–I have the Wh- question magnetalk. The fact that the questions are on the iPad is much more enticing for some kiddos!
My kids love anything on the iPad! My district just gave me my own, and I’m trying to fill it up with the best apps.
Ann Morrison, MA, CCC-SLP says
I have the Who app also and really like it! If this is the way superduper is going with their apps I am a happy SLP!
This would be great for my kiddos!!
suzanne berhow says
woohoo this looks great! I love super duper but this looks so much better than the fun decks
I use books on the iPad and make up my own questions to go along with the story… This would be so much less work!
Question Builder by Mobile Education Store
Thanks for the review. I like the “who” portion that is free.
Rebecca C says
I use the free “who” part of this app and really like it as a way to change-up therapy for wh questions…the whole app would be awesome!!
I don’t have any wh question apps yet. I just use general flashcards. Saw this app previewed my state conference and it looked awesome!
I would love to win this app!!
Rebecca Jacobs says
Questions 2 learn, smarty ears wh question
I’d love to use this app to target wh Questions! Right now I use ring wh questions from Super Duper
Lauren Oksiuta says
I don’t use any apps for ‘Wh’ questions at the moment, though I’d love to!
I JUST got an iPad this past weekend, so I do not have a “WH” question app yet, but I hope to start getting some cool apps soon!
I have only started to use the lite version of this app. Thank you for the chance to win.