Today we’re excited to announce that we have a new review of our Rainbow Sentences grammar app to share.
This review was written by Sherry Artemenko. Sherry’s blog, Play on Words, has a lot of great information on apps, games and other SLP activities. She always does a nice job on her reviews. They are thorough and she includes information about how her students are benefitting from the app. It is always neat to hear that practicing SLP’s enjoy using my apps so much.
Rainbow Sentences is designed to help students create grammatically correct sentences using color coded cues. I structured it so that the color codes separate the phrases of a sentence (who, what, why, where), rather than by word type. You can color code both the words and line segments you drag the words to (or not color code them) and you can have the words grouped by phrase (The cat, is walking, etc) or individual words (The, cat, is, walking). Student’s earn puzzle pieces for getting correct answers and once they complete a puzzle, it comes to life!! The combination a wide range of play difficultly and high engagement rewards make Rainbow Sentences a favorite for teachers and students in both mainstream and special needs classrooms.
Rainbow Sentences is part of Mobile Education Store’s suite of education apps. MES has won over 70 awards including education app developer of the year in 2011 and 2012.
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