Halloween eBook: Special Needs App Giveaway!

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App: Halloween ebook

Developer: Visuals Work

Platform: iPad and iPhone

Price:  $.99   Download Halloween eBook – Visuals Work

Category: Reading Apps


Fun eBook Focuses on the Question “Where”

Looking for some Halloween fun? Lorrie Harrington is a mom of a child on the spectrum, so she knows how to incorporate learning with interactive activities.  In fact, she originally designed this cute holiday app to help her son learn new vocabulary, language, and social skills!


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This simple (yet fun) Halloween eBook app encourages kids to learn about location concepts, such as “in front of,” “behind,” and “next to.”  It also introduces kids to the excitement and how-to of trick or treating!

And, just recently, Visuals Works has updated the app so that it works wonderfully with iPad 3, as well as other iPad versions, iPhones, and iPod Touch devices.

Customize: Put Your Child in the Story!


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The beauty of this app is that parents can upload pictures of their child and insert them into the story!  Make this Halloween eBook your own this season, and ensure that this year’s night of fright a memorable one.


Read-It-To-Me Feature

The Halloween eBook even reads itself!  Of course, you can also read it to your children for added interaction.

The best part?  Autism Plugged In is hosting a Halloween Giveaway!  Enter below to win this awesome bundle of fun!

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One Response to Halloween eBook: Special Needs App Giveaway!

  1. Jo Booth on October 27, 2013 at 7:26 am

    Enjoy your blog. Thanks for posting about apps, this one looks like a winner!

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