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Making Sequences

Published February 13, 2013 9:16 AM by Jeremy Legaspi

This week Megan and I are showing you two apps for a common goal: Sequencing. Targeting sequencing in therapy is a no brainer because you are able to work in past tense, narrative skills, problem solving, etc.. The app I will be discussing is from Zorten Software called Making Sequences that is somewhat similar to Sequences by EdNinja.

Making Sequences, $4.99, is an iOS app available for the iPad. It contains 15 sequences:  4 of the 3 part sequences, 5 of a 4 part sequences,  and 6 of a 5 part sequences. The app comes with 3 modes: Place in Order, Watch, and Edit/Add. When Place in Order is activated you have to select a numbered picture and put it in appropriate order. You have the option to enable/disable text, audio, and numbering. In the Watch option you are able to listen to each story to learn the proper story or sequence for each sequencing set.

 

In the edit/add mode you are able to create your own sequences and if you have a friend that also has the app you are able to share them via the Sync with Dropbox feature!

 

  

This is also very useful especially if you have some parents that own the app so you can share the sequences you are working on for homework!

Making Sequences- $4.99 for iPad

 

 

 

posted by Jeremy Legaspi

3 comments

Listen Up Bear is fun app based on the classic kids tune "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" but in this

June 12, 2013 11:37 AM

This app can be utilized for a wide age range. You can add your own pictures and have it work well for older clients.

Jeremy Legaspi February 26, 2013 10:52 PM

What age group would you recommend this app for?

Gabriella Shakhnes February 13, 2013 8:18 PM
Brooklyn NY

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