High Frequency Words for Speech Therapy APP!

HFW app

As a SLP blogger and TPT product developer you establish a few personal goals for yourself. One of those goals that I thought was a far distance away was to have an app for SLPs to use in therapy. Several months ago that goal became a reality. Josie at Teach Speech Apps contacted me with an interest to develop High Frequency Words for Speech Therapy into an app. After the initial shock wore off I couldn’t wait to work with her to create something we could be proud of.

Josie included me in every decision from what font to use to what the background would be. She was very helpful in finding a few mistakes in my product as well. After several back and forth emails we decided on a final product. I was so pleased with the test and the feedback I was receiving from SLPs that I shared it with.

High Frequency Words for Speech Therapy App by Teach Speech Apps

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The initial start screen shows all of the sound options.

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Some of the sound choices contain multiple positions but some do not since they had limited words with that sound in a particular position.

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All of the word lists contain a tally option so you can easily track correct/incorrect responses.

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Within the settings menu, the user can select automatic advance, random word order, and sound.

High Frequency Words for Speech Therapy App by Teach Speech Apps is available for the iPad through iTunes for $.99. This app can be a valuable asset to your therapy toolbox by concentrating on the most frequently read, said, and written words in our language.

To celebrate this milestone I am giving a copy away to a lucky follower on each of my social media accounts (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, my blog). Make sure you enter below and follow my social media accounts for more ways to win. Good Luck!

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3 thoughts on “High Frequency Words for Speech Therapy APP!

  1. Tracey F

    My got-to app is Articulation Station Pro. I love that they updated it to include phrases!

  2. Carol

    I like “Social Detective” because I’ve got several kids on my caseload with social thinking goals!

  3. alison weigand

    School of MultiStep Directions

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