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Electric Company: Feel Electric
Moody Monster Manor
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My First Songs
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MeeGenius books, this library platform is free, the books cost 99 cents to $ 2.99
Ibooks: One of the moms liked this app. The reviews since the last update aren't so good. Hopefully the bugs have been worked out.
Our local library has a device resource center to download books for free, I haven't tried it yet:
My stories ,create your own social story or story book
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Interactive Telling Time
Telling Time Free
Visual Timer, it costs less than the Time Timer app
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Red Fish/ Poisson Rouge:
moderately expensive app, $9.99, test it for free online, press play to try it ( middle left above the red fish.)
Puppet Pals, (Director's Pass 2.99)
My Play Home - Dollhouse app
An app I could live without is the emotions app, Autism Xpress, that only has 12 emotions and uses a kind of emoticon animation with sound. It wasn't very helpful and it turned into a noise maker rather that a learning app.
Twinkle twinkle storybook piano wasn't very helpful either since it only teaches one tune. If your child is not interested in that tune, there won't be much music learning going on.
Again, a special thanks to SensiGirl's teacher and Ms. Liz and Ms. Marjorie for all the great info.