Enormous app giveaway

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A link to each rafflecopter is also listed at the bottom of each individual giveaway.

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I hadn't actually planned another giveaway so soon but some very generous developers spontaneously sent me some codes to share with my readers and so here we are!

I'm going to add the apps, one developer at a time as there's a LOT to giveaway, so keep checking in and Good luck!

The first app is The Adventures of Bobik Bombastinov. This app has just been updated to include the English version of the text (which I co-authored) as well as a brand new narration. I'm extremely fond of this story. Imagine the stories Baron Munchausen would have told if he were a little red, toy bear – The Adventures of “Bearon” Munchausen, if you will! This bear gets up to some bizarre escapades, all of them told from a child's perspective.

It's 45 pages of cute bear-tastic stories. If you can't wait to win a copy, it's only 99 cents right now. If you want to enter the giveaway, I have FIVE codes, courtesy of Katrin at JustKidsApps.

Enter the giveaway for The Adventures of Bobik Bombastinov by clicking here: Rafflecopter giveaway

Next up, Hand Painted Animals by Hachisoft Mobile Apps. I have FOUR copies of this to giveaway. I will be doing a review of this app soon but I took a quick look at it and like what I see. Lots of games involving animals, so if your kids is an animal-lover like Oliver, you will be interested in this app. Here's a demo of the app on YouTube:

 

Enter the giveaway for Hand Painted Animals by clicking here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

What about a non-app prize? The Totoya interactive iPad toys were a huge hit when Smart Apps for Kids ran a giveaway for them recently. Well, I have one of them to giveaway. His name is Robotto, he's worth $80 and you can find out more about him from the Totoya website.

Enter the giveaway for Robotto by Totoya by clicking here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Are you a fan of the Montessori method? If yes then you will definitely want to enter the giveaways for these three apps from Les Trois Elles Interactive:

Numberland HD is a $4.99 app you can use to help teach toddlers and preschoolers numbers from 0 to 9. If you have a third generation iPad, I bet this app would look gorgeous on the retina display.

I have THREE copies of this app to giveaway; enter by clicking here:
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Montessori Letter Sounds includes 4 games which build on each other. First, they will help your preschooler learn sounds and then the shapes of letters. Mix and Match puts the things your child learns in the first two activities together and Sound It Out gets them spelling their first words. The Toolbox includes activities like tracing in a sandbox so your child can play while they learn. I have THREE copies of this $2.99 app to giveaway: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Kiddos learning French? Then Les Sons Des Lettres Montessori should be in your toolkit. Whether you're homeschooling, hoping your child will be bilingual, entering them into French Immersion or a French-speaking parent who wants to teach your child pre-reading skills in that language, this is the app for you.

You can win one of THREE copies of this app that has a $4.99 value: a Rafflecopter giveaway

That's $26 worth of Les Trois Elles Interactive apps alone!

Do your kids like math? What about space? How about math and space?! I've got codes for two of the Maths Martians HD apps by Cambridge English Online. This is a British developer so they do refer to maths rather than math. 🙂

Maths Martians HD: Addition I don't think the Curiosity rover has bumped into these little fellows yet, but kids can use them for addition practice. With 12 levels, it's designed to help children who are just starting to learn to add numbers as well as those who need more complex testing.

Enter the giveaway here to win one of THREE copies of this app which sells for $1.99: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Maths Martians HD: Subtraction employs the same little alien critters to help your child practice subtraction. It's a bubble-popping game, played against the clock. If you get the correct answers in the right amount of time then the aliens will energize Sam the Spaceman's rocket, so he can make his way back to Earth.

This app is also $1.99 and I have three copies to giveaway. Enter via rafflecopter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Working with a kid to try and teach them how to tell the time? Well, look no further. I have TWO copies of the brand spanking new app from StudyPad called 'Tell Time' – it's interactive, includes 8 lessons on both analog and digital clocks and includes the option for a weekly progress report. One feature I really like the sound of is that you can earn coins and then use those to buy outfits to customise your monkey avatar with. Currently only $1.99.

Click here to enter: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Sheldon's Adventure is about a wee turtle who is anxious to get a new shell. It's the first of a three-book series devoted to self-esteem issues for in children. It addresses some key areas in child development like perseverance, courage, overcoming obstacles, making new friends, and feeling comfortable in one's own skin. Having said that, they had me at 'turtle'. I have THREE copies to giveaway and you can enter right here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

I have codes for two apps for you from developer Electrokite. These folks are new to me so I haven't tried any of their apps yet, but they look good. First up is Alphabet Games Deluxe which has three sections in it – Learn, Practice and Play. The developer informs me that an update to the app has been submitted to Apple which, when approved, will add a tracing feature to the app. It's only 99 cents to buy but I have FIVE copies to giveaway. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

The other app from Electrokite I have for you is Counting to 20 which also has Learn, Practice and Play sections. Warning for Parents: It also includes a 'catchy tune' so be prepared for earworms. 🙂

This is also only 99 cents but FIVE lucky winners will receive it for free if they enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Amy from iGet It apps has been amazingly generous with her codes. For those of you that aren't familiar with their apps, there are two main types. The first type is the i See-quence series, which provides you with pre-made icons for outlining the steps involved in certain activities. The apps are completely customizable and very simple to use. Really great apps for quickly putting together, task analyses, social stories and schedules. Not just for special needs kiddos – great for preparing neuro-typical kids as well and for creating journals of special events. I have the following i See-quence app codes:

No need to give you a code for i See-quence… Going to Fireworks, because it's FREE. Download it and check out how the i See-quence apps work.

I have TWO codes for i See-quence… Going to the Beach. Enter here to win: a Rafflecopter giveaway

I have TWO codes for i See-quence… My Schedules at Home. Enter here to win: a Rafflecopter giveaway

I have TWO codes for i See-quence… My Schedules at School. Enter here to win: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Just want an app that provides a template and structure so you can easily create your own social stories? I have TWO codes for an app that will do just that, i Create… Social Skills Stories. Enter here to win a copy: a Rafflecopter giveaway

The Identification series of apps can be used to help people learn and remember information about themselves, friends, family, even members of the community. They provide on-hand visual support for information that can be difficult to remember. Perfect for going back to school. I have codes for the following Identification apps:

All About Me Storybook is an app designed to help children remember personal information and share it with others – pets, phone numbers, family members, school friends – whatever information is important to you and your child. I have FOUR codes for this app which you can win by entering here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

i Get… People at School Photo Album Book helps kids learn and remember school staff and any other adults associated with their school experience. I have TWO codes for this app. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thank you again Amy for your generosity – that's $46 worth of apps that can be won!

Next up, everyone's favourite mouse whose name begins with 'M'. No silly, Milo! Sadly, the giveaway for these two apps is only open to U.S. residents.

I have TWO copies of Speech with Milo: Verbs to give to two lucky U.S. residents. Oliver loves this app and this picture is my favourite part. I ask Oliver what Milo is doing and he responds, “aww, he's hugging.” Makes me tear up every.single.time. Click here to enter to win a copy of this app worth $2.99: a Rafflecopter giveaway

I'm struggling to think of a cuter way to work on developing skills like executive functioning, concepts of time and storytelling, than Speech with Milo: Sequencing. I bought this app to work with Oliver when he's ready. He already loves Milo, I can guarantee he's going to think the little raccoon with his tongue permanently stuck out is hilarious! U.S. residents click hear to enter to win one of TWO copies of this $2.99 app:a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

Those of you that know my friend Cynthia, of CGregoryRun fame, will be aware of the fact that she's currently working on toilet training her youngest son, Captain No-Pants, who, like my two boys, is on the autism spectrum. Aiden has had some amazing successes this week and part of that success seems to be down to a Wonkidos app. Well, I have some of their apps to giveaway! Lots of them actually! All these apps sell for $3.99 and I have TWO of each to giveaway. Please also check out their website as they don't just make apps.

 

First up, the app that has received the Captain No-Pants seal of approval, Step by Step Going Potty. The app would be awesome for all kids who are learning this skill but especially for visual learners. Includes video modelling as well as animated cartoons with the Wonkidos. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

 

 

Next up, Step by Step Playing with Friends. If your child finds this challenging then this app may be helpful. It teaches skills like saying hello and taking turns as well as the sequencing of steps involved in playing with peers. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

 

I also have codes for another Step by Step app, Getting Dressed. As you can see, these apps are all about teaching children life skills to foster independence and confidence in a visual, fun way. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

I love this one. All of us fear what would happen if our children wandered. We work hard to prevent it from happening. What to do if you get lost aims to teach your child safe behaviours as well as their name, phone number and address. Enter here:a Rafflecopter giveaway

I like that there are also apps for teaching life skills to older children also. How about reinforcing the importance of healthy eating and exercise? That's what Exercise with Stacks aims to do by looking at healthy eating options and providing step by step instructions on a variety of exercises. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

If eating with your child in a restaurant can be a challenge, how about helping them learn the ultimate lesson in empowerment – choosing and ordering their own food? Ordering at a Restaurant aims to assist you with that. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

 

For the last app in my giveaway…

Thanks Tyrone!

I have a code for the Tactus Therapy Solutions app, Language TherAppy. For $60, you get all four language therapy apps (Comprehension, Writing, Reading and Naming) at a discount of 30%. There is a Lite version of the app that you can download for free and here's a review of the app from one of my favourite SLPs, Dr. Robin Parker.

 

 

I really like the Tactus Therapy apps – they were designed for use with individuals affected by aphasia but are also great for those with special needs, including adults and older children. The apps use high quality pictures and produce lots of information for tracking progress. A must for professionals, parents may find these apps useful to use with their children as well. We love Comprehension TherAppy here.

Enter the giveaway for Language TherAppy here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Note: if you decide that you don't need all four apps but are interested in either Reading TherAppy or Writing TherAppy, now is the time to buy as they are both on sale until August 14th for only $9.99.

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All the giveaways can also be entered via my Facebook page, Giveaway tab.

 

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