Speech Flipbook is a new app from Tactus Therapy. At $4.99, this affordable app is developed for articulation, phonological awareness, and reading. The app might fit the need for your students with articulation disorders, phonological awareness delays, dysrthria or apraxia.
Tactus is great about sharing videos so instead of me explaining the app, just check out this video. The first kiddo I used the app with is a beginning reader also working on S-blends. I set up the settings to include on CVC real words with s-blends in the initial positions with all vowel and final consonants included. Here are a few screen shots of the set up and activities. Tactus Therapy included a recording feature which I love, especially for the kiddos working on blending the 3 sounds. I can record them with the sounds segmented and let them listen again to blend it. Cons: The lack of any data collection within the app is disappointing. With an app clearly made as a therapy tool, I would expect some type of data collection available. Pros: The app is a great deal for it’s high quality performance. It’s an app that can be flexible for a variety of student on your caseload. So here’s the bottom line: For the cost of my weekly Venti Carmel Frappuccino, Speech Flipbook gives you an app that targets communication disorders and foundational literacy skills all in one. Most frequently those skills overlap in our school based therapy rooms, meaning an app that addresses both will be frequently used on the iPad. I can only hope data collection will become available in future updates. Tactus Therapy is giving one lucky SRN a copy for free. Just enter using rafflecopter below. a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclosure Statement: This app was provided by Tactus therapy for review. No other compensation was provided. Opinions expressed are the authors.
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The Bradford's says
I love an app that can be used across the board!
Shannon Giles says
I’ve got quite a few students on my caseload that could use this app! Thanks for the giveaway!
Ashley Baker says
This looks like a very easy-to-use app!
I would definitely use this app with my RTI artic kids as well as a couple of my kids that have apraxia.
My five year old daughter has CAS and she’s just starting to learn to read!
This app looks great!
This app would be beneficial for several students on my caseload!
I would use this app with just about every kid on my caseload! I have almost all articulation kids.
I would use this app with my artic kiddos.
Lisa Reyes says
I love that this app has a lot of options and is so affordable. It is something I could recommend to parents without worrying about the price!
Dana Shultz says
I would use this with my articulation students as well as those with apraxia.
I would use this app with my preschoolers working on CVC word combinations with various sounds.
I would use this with artic students, especially those working on final consonants.
I would use it for artic and phonological awareness.
I would use it with artic students and my phonological awareness kiddos!
This is a great app for my early intervention group that is working on beginning and ending sounds, as well as early literacy skills. Looks like a great app!
This would be nice for my artic kids.
I would use this with my Kindergartener with CAS.
Sharon B. says
I would use this app with my kiddos who have trouble with phonological awareness and my ones with CAS.
I would use this app with my beginning artic kids and with my early language kiddos who are beginning to show delays in articulation.
I’d use it with my students as well as with my own son.
I would use this for my artic kids.
Felice Clark says
I would use this app to work with my kiddos who need to work on blends.
Joey smith says
This would be going to be my favorite app which i used for my artic kids.
Thanks for sharing this kind of valuable content with us. Keep it on with this type of post.
I work at a school for students with dyslexia and they would benefit greatly from the phonological awareness portion of this app!!
I would use this for my Speech students who are also struggling with reading.
This app would be great for my artic and fluency kids!
I would use this with artic and fluency kids!
Jill Harriman says
I know just the kiddo that would benefit from this app. He has trouble with both articulation and blending CVC words!
Denise C says
I would use this with my artic students, especially one with a diagnosis of CAS.
I would love to win this app for my son, who has Apraxia and Autism, and to share it with his classmates!
I would use it with both of my boys
Marya A says
I would use this with my articulation students.
I would use this app with my students who have apraxia or those who need to work on CVC words.
Elizabeth McGeehan says
Looks like something I could use!
I could use this with several of my pre-k artic kiddos!
I could use this app with almost every child on my caseload.
I love the versatility of this app! I could use it with almost all of my caseload!
I have quite a few students on my caseload I could use with this app. So exciting!
This looks awesome!
I would definitely use this app with my artic kids. We have been doing 10-15 minute pullouts with these students and an app like this would cut down on the amount of materials I would need to haul around the school!
Angela Santore says
I would use this app with my artic kiddos!
Connie the Speech Therapist says
I’d use it with my speech therapy clients.
Mallory Leatham says
Always looking for new speech therapy apps! This one looks great!
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