Educational Games: Preschool Funbox – My First Certificate


Learning is so much fun when you're playing games! Preschool Funbox - My First Certificate is an app created by Jan Friml for children ages 3-6. It's packed full of educational games like memory building, counting, putting puzzles together, tracing, mazes, and so much more. The interactive spinning wheel interface is sure to keep...

Language Comprehension App for iPad: Key Word Kids

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What better way to learn language development than through playing? Key Word Kids is an educational therapy program app developed by Language and Learning Steps Pty Ltd.This innovative app was created by a team of speech pathologists and educators, and it uses interactive pictures and scenarios to help kids improve and practice communication, language...

Write to Read App: Kids Create Books While Learning to Write and Read

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Kids need to learn how to write, but writing isn't always a kid's favorite activity. When you're a child who is struggling with reading and writing, the best thing for you is a little bit of fun!With WriteReader's new app, Write to Read for iPhone, kids can write their own books! Kids...

Crack the Books™: Digital Science Books with Adjustable Reading Levels

crack the books digital science books

Science becomes more fun and less work when you've got engaging video, submarines, vibrant pictures, and interactive globes to work with!Mobile Education Store's Crack the Books™ iBook series includes three interactive digital science books:Pines to Vines - The Forest Biome (grades 1-8) Blades - The Grassland Biome (grades 3-5) Seashores to Sea Floors - The Ocean...

Autism Gifts Teens and Tweens Will Love This Christmas

Autism Gifts for Tweens and Teens

We know that the holiday season is approaching quickly, what with Thanksgiving being only a few days away. Parents of teens and tweens on the autism spectrum often tell us how hard it is to find gifts for this age group. Autism Plugged In wants to make sure that you have some...

Improve Your Child’s Reading Potential with Word Wheel: Short Vowels

Word Wheel Short Vowels

Youngsters learning to read appreciate pictures associated with words. Most likely, they don't quite understand the letters mean different things, such as vowels versus consonants.That's where Teknos Interactive LLC can help with its new app, Word Wheel: Short Vowels. This app teaches kids short vowels with the help of audio, visuals, and positive reinforcement.Features...

Educational Activities for Kids: Shape The Village

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Shape The Village, developed by WiseKids, is absolutely the most awesome application that I have reviewed in a long time!I am astounded at how well-put together this program is: it's beautiful, educational, a ton of fun, motivating, stimulating, and overall just an incredible experience. Shape The Village will undoubtedly transform your children into...

Kids Make Emotional Connections with Toonia Cardcreator

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Relationships don't always come naturally to children on the Autism spectrum. Toonia Cardcreator iPad app lets children aged 4 and up express themselves creatively while building important socio-emotional connections.Cardcreator is a greeting card and invitation making app. Beautiful, graphic cards can be created for birthdays, holidays, shout outs, and any time a connection...

Proloquo2Go iPad Demo – Click Below to Watch!

Proloquo2Go iPad Demo – Watch It Now!

Who’s Behind Autism Plugged In?

Who’s Behind Autism Plugged In?

My name is Jack Kieffer and I'm a blogger sharing my love of technology at blogs like Cool Gizmo Toys, Greenamajigger, and here at Autism Plugged In where I'm trying to make a difference in the lives of children with autism.

Several years ago, I began volunteering with special needs kids, who gave me much joy and an appreciation for life. This blog is my way of giving back. Any proceeds from this effort are used to support my friends with autism. Read more about Jack or connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.