Review of Rainbow Sentences Grammar app by

Posted on: by Kyle | 3 Comments

This is a very comprehensive review of our Rainbow Sentences grammar app by  They describe in a lot of detail how the app works.  In addition, they have a video review of the app so you can see it in action.  The author writes:

Rainbow Sentences is the newest addition to a suite of educational apps from Mobile Education Store. I have quite a few educational apps from Mobile Education Store, for good reason- first, they all captivate my students’ attention. Secondly, they are created with the belief that students need different levels of instruction instead of a “one size fits all” approach. Lastly, they allow me to track my students’ performance.
Rainbow Sentences is no exception, and fills a niche in an underrepresented area of apps- Sentence Structure. Rainbow Sentences teaches sentence structure by color coding sentences so their parts can better make sense. This is an essential skill for comprehension. We need to know the who, what, where, and why/how of a sentence to be able to take away meaning from that sentence. Rainbow Sentences has managed to make this task fun as well, using illustrations that are charming and quite amusing- shoes that sleep, giraffes with shopping carts full of bananas- in fact these illustrations serve as a set of language therapy cards as well- they encourage discussion.


There isn’t too much else you need to know about this app – this review and video pretty much tells you everything.  To find out more about Rainbow Sentences and all our speech therapy apps, tap on the icon below!

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Helen Wagner

Comment left on: April 22nd, 2012 at 11:17 am

I would really like to have this app. Great review. I teach Speech Therapy at school and this would be wonderful for my kiddos!

Lori Dean

Comment left on: April 28th, 2012 at 9:19 am

I could really use this app with my clients .. I have recently won an iPad from a4cwsn to use for my clients as a Home and Community Habilitation specialist.. my job is to serve the clients in their homes and in the community to help integrate them into a day program and/or help in their independence to achieve work or volunteering opportunities.


Comment left on: May 8th, 2012 at 4:09 am

What a wonderful app for the older language impaired students. I would love to win it.

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