Disclaimer: I was provided a copy of this app; however, the opinions expressed are solely my own.
Recently I was contacted by I Can Do Apps to do an app review! I am excited to be sharing my thoughts on their Sequencing app.
It is available in the app store for $4.99 (click above picture). Sequencing is an important skill for both functional daily living, as well as story telling. There are 5 different activities within the app.
This is the main screen:
This is an example of the first activity (ID the picture that occurs first or last). This one was my favorite activity because a lot of my kids struggle with first and last.
This is an example of the second activity (ID what picture happens next):
This is an example of the third activity (touch the pictures in the order that they occur). I have to say, this one was the hardest for my students. I don't know if they all understood the concept of touching one picture then the next picture.
This is an example of the fourth activity (put three pictures in the order they happen):
This is an example of the fifth activity (number the stages).
Under settings, you can turn the words and reinforcement on or off, plus see other available apps made by this company.
What I Liked:
-several levels available so it can work for different students/ability levels
-clean, uncluttered graphics
-this app really targets temporal concepts, which so many of my students struggle with
-the fifth activity really allows you to see if your students understand the concept of sequencing (but they do need to be able to read)
What I Would Love To See:
-I'd love the ability to put in your own pictures
-I'd also love to see 4 and 5 step picture sequences
Overall, this is an excellent app with varying levels to help students learn sequencing. The different activities kept my students' attention and it was a fun way to work on this type of skill.
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