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Fantastic! This app is great for syntax development. It has so many levels of support so every student can be successful. I would LOVE to see other types of sentences added to the app such as questions and past/future tenses since many of my students struggle with those syntactical elements as well.
Ohiospeechpath on Apr 24, 2014 for Rainbow Sentences
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One wish
I love this app. The color coding and word grouping help provide support for beginning students and those who need practice to understand how to respond. The settings allow for those supports to be removed. I do wish that I could turn off the puzzle. It just distracts some of my students, and I have to manually close out of it. Then I have to get the student's attention all over again.
TrainerMomof3 on Oct 7, 2013 for Rainbow Sentences
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Very good!
As an elementary school English as a second language teacher, I find that many of Mobile Education Stores' apps are great. I use Rainbow Sentences because it has students think carefully about constructing grammatically correct sentences in a colorful and playful way. In the settings menu the teacher can scaffold the sentence building so that beginning kindergarteners all the way up to around the end of second grade level students can be challenged and successful. When the students correctly answer, there are some funny animated characters that come out and cheer for them. Likewise, there are words of encouragement if they answer incorrectly. The app has a statistics page so you can monitor the students' progress. One problem I have with the app is that you cannot go from a sentence that you are building to the settings or statistics page until/unless you correctly build the sentence. This creates unnecessary hassle if you want to quickly check-in on a student's progress or change the difficulty.
They love it! on Jul 29, 2013 for Rainbow Sentences
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Play lesson button
Hello, I really like this app. Suggestion though. Can you take the PLAY LESSEN out of the area were the words are located? I use guided access to restrict where my daughter goes and she likes to here the instructions over and over and forget about the purpose of the game. If I block access to that part of the screen, where Play Lesson is, it prohibits grabbing the letters that are in that location. So can you move it up or have an option in the settings to remove it? Thanks!
Cba123@@@@ on Jul 5, 2013 for Rainbow Sentences
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Rainbow Sentences
Rainbow Sentences is a wonderful app for early writers or struggling writers. The sentences are color coded to match the lines of entry ensuring success for students. With 3 levels of difficulty to choose from, this app is a winner for classrooms of diverse learners. Easy to navigate and reinforcing feedback will help your student stay engaged and wanting to play more. Combined with creating sentences is the opportunity to build a puzzle for addition fun. An easy to access bar at the bottom has settings, archive of student recorded sentences and stats showing number of attempts at each sentence and correct tries. This app can be set up for multiple groups or users. The ability to email the stats/data is a plus.
Anniesinger on May 20, 2013 for Rainbow Sentences
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Use it all the time!
I LOVE this app, I must use it at least 3-4 times a day. Great for language impaired students who cannot construct a sentence. It is particularly helpful that you can construct sentences with either word chunks (phrases) or individual words. It would be nice if you could skip to the next sentence without having to do the sentence, just in case you have a low-functioning student who does not understand the vocabulary in a particular sentence. Great job! Any chance of getting a similar app for older students, like middle school and high school special ed who might find the cartoons a little socially immature?
ewslp on Apr 26, 2013 for Rainbow Sentences
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