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I absolutely love Little Jude Sky Part 1, but I can't get Part 2 to open even though I have purchased it. I can't get it to delete so I can try to reinstall. I am a speech pathology grad student and would like to get their other books if I can get this to work.
Cuttlebone on Jun 19, 2012 for Pocket Lexi
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I love the first part of story and find this app to be fantastic. However, I can't get part 2 or opposites attract-- the bookstore says they are installed but can't find them. I even tried it delete and re-install with no success. I REALLY want to give this a five star but can't right now :(
Hopeful SLP on May 26, 2012 for Pocket Lexi
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Perfect for all ages!
I work as an SLP in a charter school with middle and high schoolers. They absolutely loved this app and asked for more! It made learning about idiomatic expressions fun for them. Please bring more additions to this app!
Midnight8605 on May 21, 2012 for Pocket Lexi
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Love This app & book
I am an SLP that works in both a nursing home & in the schools. I downloaded this app last week & used is with my adult clients and they loved it. I can't wait to use it with the kids next week when we go back to school. Also, look forward to checking out the other stories. I need more comprehension apps for the older kids/adults and this really helps -- thanks!! Happy 2012!! =}
Stephl1 on Jan 1, 2012 for Pocket Lexi
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Wow, an excellent find for language therapy!
This is wonderful for teaching figurative language and word choice, and it allows you to collect data for multiple students! The sample story is charming and funny, as Jude Sky goes through his morning confused about all the odd things happening- for example he gets out from under the "bed" instead of the "covers", or even sillier, he puts a cup up to his ear, instead of his mouth. The child taps on each section in blue to choose the correct word to complete the sentence, and then it is illustrated again, rewritten, and the correct phrase is spoken out loud as well. The child can also tap on figurative language highlighted in blue, and choose the correct meaning from three choices given. I look forward to trying another book in the app soon! One thing I'd like to see addressed is the audio for the sentences. If I tap on an image on the page (there are some hidden hot spots with audio labeling), the narration cuts out for the sentence on that page, and I'm not sure if there is a way to replay it- I tried tapping it again and nothing seems to help. It sounds like an easy fix though. Thanks for a wonderful tool to use with my students!
Special Apps, Special Kids on Dec 26, 2011 for Pocket Lexi
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The illustrations are awesome and the story really engages my six year old. This app is certainly worth a shot.
HeisenbergWW on Nov 30, 2011 for Pocket Lexi
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