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Special Education

Powerful apps designed for students with special needs are more common these days and that’s a great thing. These app developers deserve a special round of applause for committing to helping children with special needs and the wider community by creating apps that empower independence in students with special needs.

Happy Little Farmer is a nicely designed science app to teach young kids the life cycle of plants using three different scenarios. A few changes could be made in how things are depicted or how kids interactive with them, but the app is still recommended.

Toddler’s Seek & Find: At the Circus is an engaging seek and find app for toddlers and preschoolers; beautifully hand-drawn illustrations and an incredible amount of interactive objects. One scene is free with the initial download; two more available with an in-app purchase.

An engaging spelling app specifically designed for customized lists only, allows for an unlimited number of lists and users. Spelling: Squeebles Words is well suited for home or school. Fantastic price considering all of the features and functionality included.

This is one app you will want to sit down and play with the kids! Goodnight ABC has what seems to be an unlimited amount of entertainment for curious young minds. It’s not only enjoyable, but educational and is reasonably priced.

Classroom KinderBach: School Version is the full version of the KinderBach: Simply Discover Piano. Designed for kids ages 3-7, it is fun and educational video lessons and hands-on activities. If you are serious about your child’s music education, don’t let the price scare you.