Cindy L. Meester's Blog- Speech Therapy with a Twist

4/18/10- Congratulations to the 25 winners! Thank you to Kyle Tomas for giving extra codes so everyone could be a WINNER! Be sure to still check out these great apps!

Posted in Uncategorized by Cindy on April 15, 2011

There are lots of apps to use in therapy today I am going to highlight four from Mobile Education Store. I have been using these in therapy and find them to be very useful and fun! So rather than write about each look at the videos -To view videos of these apps click here: Videos for Mobile Education Apps

Kyle Tomas started the Mobile Education Store to help his special needs daughter.
He generously offered codes to my blog followers. I have 10 codes for Sentence Builder and 10 codes for Question Builder
So if you are interested just leave a commentand state which app you would like. If you are interested in both let me know which one is your first choice. I will do a random drawing to choose the winners on Sunday 4/17 8:00pm CST. The codes will need to be redeemed before 4/30/11.


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  1. John duBois said,

    I would be interested in Question Builder if I won.

  2. Diane said,

    My son has apraxia and I would love both!! Probably sentence builder first then question builder!!

  3. Kerry said,

    I would be interested in both apps but if I had to choose I think the question builder would be great. I am always looking for new and motivating ways to practice those “wh” questions:0)

  4. LeeAnn said,

    Nice, I would be interested in using both with the kids I work with in speech therapy. I think the question builder would be the most useful!

  5. Laura said,

    I already have both of these apps! If you haven’t put your name in, do it fast! They are very nice apps to have! Thank you Cindy for the opportunity! If conversation Builder or Story Builder come up, I would be interested in those though! 🙂 Have a great day!

    • Cindy said,

      The other apps just may come up later!

  6. Tara Taylor said,

    I just found your blog and I love it!
    I would love to be entered for the Question Builder. This would be great for my students (grades 3-5 autism intervention class).

    • Cindy said,

      Thanks! Have you subscribed? The more who subscribe the more it will make me update it!

  7. Merianne Wirght said,

    I am a speech therapist and work with little ones through fifth grade. I would love to try sentence builder for my speech kids!

  8. Joyce said,

    I have sentence builder and I love it! I would love to have Question Builder!

  9. Genie :)- said,

    Gee, Cindy! Those two apps are so reasonably priced, I’ll just go download them next time I’m in iTunes! Mahalo for the offer! 🙂

    • Cindy said,

      I will add you to the drawing so hold off until later. You never know you may win one!

  10. Sally Hayes said,

    I would love sentence builder.

  11. Mary Alice McQuade said,

    I would love Question Builder. Thanks for doing this!

  12. Melody said,

    I would love either for my Autistic son, but would prefer the sentence builder! Thanks to you both!

  13. Niksmom said,

    I would really love Sentence Builder to use with my nonverbal seven year old and his speech generating device!

  14. Nancy Barth said,

    I would be interested in either app. I have Language Builder and Conversation Builder, and am finding them very helpful in my tutoring with children who have autism, as well as kids who are reluctant writers. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, whoever gets the apps!

  15. Sally P said,

    Cindy your blog is the best! If I won Id love both, but question builder would be my first choice as so many kids need inferencing work. Now if this company would just make ALL their apps on iTouch…cant afford an iPad yet but love their stuff.

    • Cindy said,

      Thank you! All their apps do work on the iTouch. They have separate versions for the iPad too.

  16. Kellie said,

    Thanks for offering us some freebies! I would be interested in Question Builder, followed by the other.

  17. I’m very interested in the Sentence Builder. I’m an Autism Specialist for a Texas School district have purchased iPads/iPods for all of our special ed classrooms! I’m trying to test out some apps before we purchase! :o)

  18. Jennifer Garner said,

    I would love both. I think Question Builder would be my first choice but I teach teachers and therapists how to work with special needs children and am always excited to share new ideas.

  19. Mary Charleton said,

    I would love to try either of these apps for my non verbal autistic son. I have heard so many fantastic reviews about them. Thank you for the opportunity to avail of one.

  20. Josie said,

    I would love Sentence builder, but either will do. Thanks for bringing them to my attention. Something to definitely add to the library.

  21. marsha said,

    I would love the question builder then sentence builder. Thank You!

  22. Cynthia said,

    Definitely Question builder would be my first choice, as I find the kids that I work with are very weak in this area. thank you for sharing, whether i get it or not. Offers like this are encouraging.

  23. amy said,

    I would love both of these apps to use in speech therapy, but my first choice would be sentence builder.

  24. Jackie Molitor said,

    I am a special education teacher and would be interested in the sentence builder.

    Thank you for this opportunity.

  25. Barb said,

    I am a Speech Therapist and would love to get Sentence Builder! Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  26. Kimberly Hurley said,

    I’m a speech language pathologist, and I work mainly with kids with significant needs. Lots of my students have autism; all of my students have significant language delays. Either app would be great. If I had to choose one, it would be Sentence Builder..

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  27. Nancy Barth said,


  28. Karla said,

    Thank you for the offer. I am interested in both for my students and first choice would be “sentence builder” as I am focusing on boy writers in our early intervention program.

    • Cindy said,

      Sorry Karla but this offer was over on 4/18. Keep watching I could get more codes sometime.

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