Seven languages on ONE app! Both receptive AND expressive basic object

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by SteveJ, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. SteveJ

    SteveJ New Member

    Jul 31, 2012
    Apple! Manzana! Pomme! How many ways can you say it? Just select the language of your choice and start playing! This beautifully illustrated and photographed, multi-language app is perfect for the toddler or speech-delayed child who is learning how to label common nouns as well as for any child who wants to learn the names of basic objects.

    A great way to informally screen a bilingual child’s receptive and expressive basic vocabulary skills.

    The app has a core of 50 objects, which are shown 10 or more ways so the child with special needs can more readily generalize their meaning. For example, “chair” is shown as a wooden chair, a blue plastic lawn chair, an overstuffed upholstered chair, a rolling desk chair, and even a plastic toy pink chair.


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