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nice app
We have several apps by Mobile Education. All of them are great and this is no exception. Good purchase, very educational for my 2 typical kids. My special needs child isn't to this level yet, but my two typical kids will use this a lot. Member of appvisory board.
Parent of *3* on Feb 24, 2012 for Rainbow Sentences
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Very wide range of challenge
I love that this app has such a wide range of difficulty. My child is in K but I anticipate that she will be able to use it several more years. Perfectly supports our homeschool curriculum and doesn't have an "institutional" feel to it. Graphics are sleek and audio is well done. Fabulous app and worth every penny.
RobosMonkey on Feb 17, 2012 for Rainbow Sentences
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Great language app
As an SLP, I love the idea of this app! It is engaging and a fun way for children to work on developing language skills. I wish the color coding matched one of the commonly used AAC color coding systems (Fitzgerald Key, Goosens, Crain & Elder). So much potential and I can't wait to use it more!
Lspeech on Feb 16, 2012 for Rainbow Sentences
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Another great language app from Mobile Education Tools
This app is a great addition to Sentence Builder, Story Builder, and Language Builder. My students have responded well to the visual cues. Thank you!
otcb on Feb 16, 2012 for Rainbow Sentences
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Great Reinforcer!
This app is a great way to reinforce the concepts of subject/verb for use in sentence structure. The only suggested change I would have is for different interest levels to choose from when making the sentences. (By that I mean, I have an 18 year old that just happens to have Down Syndrome and while he reads any where from a first grade level to a fourth grade level his interest level can range up to a typical 18 year old boy's interest level. So, having more age appropriate interest choices would be nice for those on a lower developmental reading level.)
3Boys1Mom on Feb 16, 2012 for Rainbow Sentences
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Awesome app
This app is awesome. I am a speech therapist and have used it in therapy and the kids love it too. I highly recommend it.
angieslp on Feb 16, 2012 for Rainbow Sentences
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