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Fun Verbs & Sentences Lite HD

If you loved our First Phrases app, you’ll love this app too

If you loved our First Phrases app, you’ll love this app too

Fun Verbs & Sentences Lite HD

by Hamaguchi Apps for Speech, Language & Auditory Development
Fun Verbs & Sentences Lite HD
Fun Verbs & Sentences Lite HD

What is it about?

If you loved our First Phrases app, you’ll love this app too! Fun with Verbs & Sentences is the next step up for children who are learning to speak in sentences, understand past and present verb tensing, and formulate basic syntax structures.

App Details

Version
1.9
Rating
NA
Size
917Mb
Genre
Education
Last updated
August 5, 2018
Release date
October 25, 2013
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App Store Description

If you loved our First Phrases app, you’ll love this app too! Fun with Verbs & Sentences is the next step up for children who are learning to speak in sentences, understand past and present verb tensing, and formulate basic syntax structures.

Developed for language ages 2-5, with eye-popping color drawings and 45 delightful animations--a cutting-edge way to show and teach action words! For a demonstration of this app, please check out our YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUcYWlJ27yw.

This app is for the iPad, and designed for a single user. It provides three verbs for each sentence type selected including: catch, eat, fall, go, hide, jump, play, push, sing, and sneeze.

Want to show animations simply to elicit sentences and verb forms? Just select the "Watch & Say" activity--also a great pre/post assessment tool. Select the verbs from 10 choices or random, and choose the target syntax structures.

Here’s how to play the main activity, Build a Sentence:
1) Choose your subject: There are three character choices in this app: a boy, a girl, and a bear.

2) Then choose your verb: There are always 3 verb choices for Subject + Verb + Object: catch, eat or push.

3) Choose your object or prepositional phrase: The last step is choosing something for the child to eat.

4) The narrator voices each part of the sentence slowly, as the circles flip back around, one at a time, to reveal the associated pictures: “The girl…is eating…a carrot.”

Unless de-selected, the narrator will then model the sentence at a quicker speaking pace, “The girl is eating a carrot.” The child is complimented for the sentence and then instructed, “After the video, it will be YOUR turn to say the sentence.”

5) The animation that shows the sentence that was created (i.e., “The girl is eating a carrot”) is now shown, typically with a sound effect. If the verb is present tense, (which is the default) it snaps back and loops continually, without sound.

6) The child is asked, “What is happening? Tell me the whole sentence.” “

If used in therapy, the data tracking features on the left can be used. (This can be de-selected within the settings if no desired)

*If past tense verb forms have been selected, the animation is shown only once and the narrator asks, “What happened?” If the user would like to target the verb only, this can be selected in the settings, with the question being asked, “What is the girl doing?” (or “What did the girl do?” for past tense)

7) A reward game can be played at desired intervals, the “Pop It!” Game. The child touches bubbles on a screen until a selected “prize” is found.

*Please contact our tech support if you are experiencing any technical issues with our apps. We will always help you troubleshoot it and get back to you generally within one business day. We cannot respond to reviews and there are generally easy solutions to every issue. [email protected]

PRIVACY POLICY: We do NOT collect personal data from our users and have no ads. Personal data regarding user performance on the tasks on this app are self-contained and not transmitted in any way, unless the user chooses to email them to someone else. There are no in-app purchases in this app. A demo link will allow a user with internet access to view a video on YouTube to learn about the features of this app, as well as a link to our other apps in the iTunes store, and to upgrade to the full version (on homepage only with parental gate).

Developed by licensed speech-language pathologist and author, Patti Hamaguchi, M.A., CCC-SLP. Visit our website: www.hamaguchiapps.com

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