This .99 app has been updated to support the iPad 3 and is now available on iTunes.
Lorrie Ann Harrington originally created this Halloween story to teach her son, who has Autism Spectrum Disorder, new vocabulary, language-based concepts, and social communication skills.
She found that incorporating his interests, including photographs of him in the stories, helps him to stay engaged and relate to the teaching topic more easily.
This eBook focuses on the “WH” question “WHERE?” and the personal pronoun “me.”
The question “Where?” is used repeatedly throughout the book to help children learn location concepts such as- “in front of”, “behind”, and “next to.” In addition, the story is structured in such a way that it can be used to help teach children to identify, label, and categorize words, by commenting on the text and pictures.
“Read it to me” by touching the sentences.
"Personalize" with the camera or photo library.
This .99 app is available at iTunes.
Want more fireworks?
Fireworks Blast-Off is a fun and addictive “Multi-Touch” app designed to allow you to create your own firework shows.
Each of the 7 colors (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet) can be launched in 2 sizes and 3 directions.
Tap multiple icons to combine colors, size and "Blast-Off" direction for an endless showing of unique fireworks.
is a FREE interactive “cause and effect” app ( available at iTunes ) that is designed to support the development of early literacy skills and the comprehension of descriptive concepts such as number, size, and color in a fun and entertaining way.
a user makes a selection from one of the three descriptive choice menus, Fireworks 123 provides immediate feedback by showing a clear visual representation of the choice made.
a firework show to watch a fun and dynamic visual display designed to further reinforce comprehension.