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Today I am linking up with Jenna over at Speech Room News to share my favorite articulation apps.  Click the picture below to see what other app SLPs like to use.

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1. Articulate It!  by Smarty Ears

This is the app I use in therapy.  It gives me lots of options to customize and target my therapy, the graphics are appealing to my kids, and they love the record feature.  It now has included homework sheets which are amazing time savers. I can email them directly to parents if I need to. It has all the stimulus prompts I need and saves my data in one place!


2. Articulation Scenes by Smarty Ears

I love using this app for my students who are advancing in their articulation skills and need to start working at a reading or conversational level.  It gives my students a lot of control in terms of creativity which really keeps them engaged.  They can make up their own stories and record them. I like to place a few keyword cards with their target sounds in front of them for them to incorporate into their tales.

3. Sunny Articulation Phonology Test by Smarty Ears

This is my go-to app for screening and progress monitoring my articulation kiddos.  Since this is not a normed or standardized assessment my district will not accept it to qualify a student for services, but, I have found it to be extremely helpful when I need to determine if RtI intervention is needed and where to start. There is a great report that is generated with the test, for  both the screening and test choices.  I have a had a lot of  parents compliment this feature.



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Meet Maureen

Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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  1. Smarty Ears just had all their apps on sale during ASHA. Get on their mailing list as they have sales periodically

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