MES Suite of Apps Named to Best Speech and Language Apps List

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Mobile Education Store is excited to share a new list of the 33 best Speech and Language Apps by TeachThought. is an incredible resource for educators.  They discuss trends, technology, and social media in education.  There really is something for all educators on this site.  This list names 8 of our speech therapy apps including SentenceBuilder, QuestionBuilder, StoryBuilder, LanguageBuilder, ConversationBuilder, PrepositionBuilder, Rainbow Sentences and TenseBuilder.  It is an honor to have so many of our apps included on this exclusive list.

In addition, there have been a couple positive reviews written about  our speech therapy apps over the last couple weeks.  It’s always gratifying when we receive positive feedback from parents and therapists who are having success with our apps.  This week, we have reviews about Speech Journal and LanguageBuilder.

The review of Speech Journal was written by Jenn Alcorn.  Her award winning speech therapy blog, Crazy Speech World, not only has reviews of many speech therapy apps, but also many tips and resources for SLP’s.  As always, she does a great job with her reviews, going over the apps in detail, providing lots of images and suggestions about how to use the app.

This review of LanguageBuilder was written by Common Sense Media.  This is a list of the best language apps for special needs kids.  This is a pretty big deal, as common sense media is very well known respected by parents and educators alike.

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Ellen Weber

Comment left on: April 15th, 2013 at 9:03 am

Dear Mr. Thompson,
I am a Speech-Language Pathologist working for the Cobb County School District in Marietta, GA, which employs over 200 SLPs. Since 2007 I have been hosting a website for the SLPs in my state that enables us to share materials and ideas. You can visit my website at . I get between 4,000 and 5,000 visitors each month, and was recently awarded the Georgia Organization of School Speech-Language Pathologists’ 2013 award for Exemplary SLP because of the website. Here’s the exciting part …
Our department has recently provided all of our SLPs in our county with iPads (waHOO!), therefore I have recently added recommended apps to my site, including “App of the Month”. I recently came across your app, Rainbow Sentences, and was blown away by how closely this ties into my favorite therapy technique for working on sentence construction with our language-impaired students. If you are interested in feedback on this app from a group of SLPs, and would be willing to provide me with a code for the app, I could demo it and get their feedback for you, providing you with their likes, dislikes, recommended changes, and how we could apply your app to our therapy sessions. I would also post a review on my website for you (and I try to be positive even for apps that might not be appropriate for my use).

Thanks for your awesome work!
Ellen Weber

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