Everyday Speech Apps
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With 9 standard games and a random game, 10 Ways works on specific skills as well as significant events. Just download and start!
Fun Game Format
Through a familiar game format with categories of questions, 10 Ways helps dig deep into social communication skills including: conversation skills, perspective taking, asking and answering questions, friendship skills, and many more!
10 Ways to Learn
10 Ways uses – you guessed it – 10 question types to promote social interaction. From “Act it Out” to “What Do You Say When…”, 10 Ways has a different twist to every single question. Work on target skills in different ways & increase fun!
Learn to associate different body language and facial cues with different emotions using our Flashcards. Our descriptions written by ASHA Certified SLP’s provide clues to better help determine which emotion someone is feeling.
Our Matching Game allows users to test what they’ve learned by matching an emotion with a face. Randomization ensures no two games will be alike!
Going beyond memorization, our Discussion Game stimulates conversation on when and why we feel different emotions. Great for group discussion and 1-on-1, the Discussion Game provides hours of fun! Plus, you can create your own discussion questions in seconds!
States of Matter – Weather – Space and Planets – Ocean/Beach – Animal Habitats – Life Cycle – Nutrition & Food Groups – Seasons – Types of Animals – Rooms in a House – Sports Terms – First, Second, Next, Then, Last – Living & Nonliving – Indoor & Outdoor – Baby & Adult – Hot & Cold – Morning & Night – Hard & Soft
Create Your Own Custom Content
Let’s Use Language allows users to easily create their own stories and lessons, complete with Q&A! You can even use your own pictures! Write stories with your class for an all-inclusive learning experience, or turn a field trip into a story!
Who is Let's Use Language For?
Let’s Use Language is perfect for Speech Language Patholgists, Teachers, and Parents! Our stories are applicable for both the classroom and home. Let’s Use Language can be used with:
- Children learning language
- Those who have Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Those with langauge delays
- English language learners