Friday, February 17, 2012

The World of Apps

Better late than never! The Speech Ladies have recently entered the iPad world! We are still learning our way around the world of apps for speech therapy but we wanted to share a few with you that we really like! (Please note that we are not receiving anything for these endorsements, we just genuinely like these apps.) Many of these you can try out for free by getting the lite version.

Speech Apps:

Buddy Bear: Reasoning and Problem Solving

Articulation Station


Let’s Name Things (FREE!)

ABA Emotions (FREE!)

Actions from (FREE!)

Nouns from

Zoo from (FREE!)


The Entire Worls of R Flipbooks



BlackboardLite (FREE!)

Angry Birds (FREE!)

Tap Tap Ants (FREE!)

Frisbee (FREE!)

Gutterball (FREE!)

Race Penguin (FREE!)

Rope’n’Fly 2 (FREE!)

Where’s My Water? (FREE!)

Four in a Row (FREE and great for 2 players!)

BMX Stickman (FREE!)

Disney Digital Books Toy Story (FREE!)

Help us out and tell us what apps you love!


SpeechCF said...

Hi! Thank you for your wonderful app ideas! We enjoy tic tac toe (free), Paper Toss, Hangman, Temple Run, and Uno (only 99 cents). These are a mix of iPod/iPhone and iPad apps!

Mary said...

My students are crazy over fireworks by best fun games. Good problem solving game!

Kristin Cummings, M.S., CCC/SLP said...

I love using Articulation Station. It is not free, but it is a great program. My younger students really enjoy it.

abackof said...

Check out for ideas on how to use apps in therapy as well as free homework handouts to complement ArtikPix. Welcome to the world of iPads and speech therapy! You're going to love it!!

Cindy and Kristina said...

Thanks for all of the suggestions! We are loving learning more about these apps!

Julie said...

Thanks for the list of great apps! I just found a new one that is a must have! No more counting out assessment due dates by hand!

Liz said...

I also love using articulation station. Also, I Like Books, Peek a Zoo, iLanguage, the Bag Game (great asking and answering questions), Clicky Sticky, Story Cubes (great!) and Cookie Doodle. Check them out!

Cindy and Kristina said...

We are learning about so many wonderful apps that we will do another post on this soon! Keep the suggestions coming!

Anonymous said...

I really love the flash cards for receptive and expressive language skills! Great for working on articulation and increasing vocabulary.

Megan Sutton said...

I keep a list of apps for adult-focused SLPs (though many apps great for all ages) here: