Posts Tagged ‘ Art Apps ’

Kids Express Their Feelings with Meebie

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Love apps that let your kids make faces and explore their creative side? Looking for an app that can help kids express and identify their feelings? The Meebie app is for you! This easy-to-use program, which is an extension of the Meebie plush toy line, lets kids create their own Meebies by...

Color Vacuum: Learning About Colors

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Learning about colors is an exciting time in a little person's life. They get that the sky is blue, grass green, and the sun, yellow. Autistic learners are visual and colors help them in many ways, like associating items, actions (stop or go), or answers (yes or no) with a color.Curious Hat's Color Vacuum...

Art App Colorific for iPad: Great For Children With Special Needs

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I know several kids with autism who love to paint. (Whether or not this is because of the mess or the actual painting is still unclear.) If you have a kid with autism who enjoys drawing and painting for the sake of making "pretty pictures," Colorific is definitely for you.

Free Autism Apps: Splatter HD Review

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Another review of the fun, free autism apps is here. Splatter HD is a great iPad app for children with autism who enjoy painting, vibrant colors, and tactile learning! Moms will be thrilled to hear that there is, in fact, a way for a child to make colorful paint splatters for free and...



Proloquo2Go iPad Demo – Click Below to Watch!

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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.