This review of Mobile Education Store’s SentenceBuilder Teen syntax app was written by SLP blogger Jennifer Alcorn. Her blog, Crazy Speech World, was named one of the top speech pathology blogs of 2012 and for good reason. She does a really nice job on all of her posts, including app reviews, product reviews and day to day tips. In her app reviews, she explains the app well and includes a TON of pictures of the app in action. She also has a likes/I’d like to see section at the end of her reviews. I’ve gotten some great ideas from her for improvements. Best of all, she is sponsoring a raffle for a free copy of SentenceBuilder Teen. Stop by her blog to enter!!
SentenceBuilderTeen helps teenaged kids learn how to build grammatically correct sentences. Students are presented an age appropriate image and asked to create a sentence about that image. Words are placed in dials and the student simply turns the dials to select the words. There are three levels of play and 100 images for students to build sentences around. We have images of teen interests such as sports, entertainment, school functions, summer activities and dating.
SentenceBuilderTeen is an extension of the first app in Mobile Education Store’s popular and award winning “Builder Series” of educational apps. Sentence Builder has over 100,000 paid downloads and was won multiple awards, including app of the year by iEAR.org. Mobile Education Store has won over 20 app awards and multiple developer of the year awards.
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