App Type


This is an educational app for students to practice sequencing images in order. The app includes 100 different sequences about daily situations, activities, and emotions.


This app includes interactive exercises, videos, and articles to learn about math, science, economics, finance, grammar, history, government, politics, and more. It can be used to enhance a student’s learning across academic areas.


Educators can use the mini-lessons provided by this app to supplement learning. This may be beneficial for teaching early learners new skills. It includes skills such as matching colors and completing patterns. Each lesson is customizable. Students’ progress can be tracked, and goals can be set.


This app can help students learn about words, sentences, pronunciation, grammar, and punctuation. Students can move words around to build the sentences. Students can click on words to hear how they are pronounced, and words can be rearranged to make a proper sentence. The app starts with simple sentences and progresses to more complex sentences.


This app can be used to help students learn letters. Students see, hear, and interact with letters and sounds in words, sentences, and games.


This app can be used to help foster a student’s writing and reading skills. In Writing mode, a simple text editor is used for writing with the support of word prediction, abbreviation-expansion and speech feedback features. Spell-check and dictionary access is included. In Reading mode, text is presented in a way to improve readability. This is used for proofreading, reading to learn, silent reading, reading aloud, and casual reading/listening.


This app can be used to teach students to recognize and learn sight words through interactive games. You will receive access to 100 sight words.


This app uses a "camera calculator" that recognizes mathematical equations and displays step-by-step solutions onscreen. It can help solve basic arithmetic to advanced calculus and geometry. No internet or data is required.


This app helps students find articles related to the subject matter they are studying to help answer questions and learn concepts. It provides visual explanations of concepts and can be used across subjects.


This app is based off "The Accessible Literacy Learning” (ALL) reading program to help non-verbal students learn how to read. It breaks reading down into component skills and provides direct instruction in each skill. The skills include letter-sound correspondence, sound blending, phoneme segmentation, single word decoding, sight words, and shared reading. Progress and performance can be tracked using this app.


This app includes six customizable core activities: identical and similar matching, receptive and expressive labeling, as well as picture identification and sorting.


This app provides students with the opportunity to complete worksheets without handwriting. Users can take a picture of their worksheets or import worksheets from anywhere on their device. Students can complete forms and worksheets by using their device keyboard to add text to documents and print, email or share them upon completion.


This app delivers content for Raz-Plus, Raz-Kids, Headsprout and Science A-Z. Students can choose from a library of different eBooks, eQuizzes and other eResources to support their literacy skills.


This app uses Discrete Trial Training (DTT) to support students with learning basic concepts. DTT is a teaching method used in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to teach numerous pre-academic and social skills. This bundle includes teaching students letters and numbers.


This app is designed for students in Kindergarten through Grade 5 and covers math and reading skills across each grade level.


This app is an English vocabulary augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) language app. It is appropriate for beginner communicators as well as more skilled communicators.This app is symbol based and the symbols are paired with text to support literacy development. The vocabulary, structure, and teaching approach are based on research and years of implementation with students with autism and other developmental disabilities.


This app can be used to teach vocabulary. This particular Autism iHelp app targets receptive language skills using different formats. The student listens and follows directions of varying complexity. It may be beneficial for students who can understand one- and two-step instructions. A benefit of this app is that it can track a student’s performance and progress.


This is a flashcard app with lots of built-in mini-games. Flashcard sets are organized into student boards, which are organized by subject. Each board is a flashcard set, and cards can feature text, images, and audio. A variety of games can be played using the flashcard sets, such as crosswords, bingo, memory games, etc.


This is a communication app for students who cannot speak or need help being understood. It is an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) tool. The app is fully customizable and can be utilized to build language skills and grow with a student’s communication, supporting both beginning and advanced communicators.


This app is an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) tool. This app gives a student the ability to navigate through page sets and speak messages. Page sets are pages with a variety of images pertaining to a specific category or setting.