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Description

The first of our popular sequencing apps, Making Sequences is designed to help teach story order or to master the steps for completing a task. Teach personalized daily living skills or have fun teaching kids to sequence stories starring themselves. Includes 15 photo sequences along with narration. Use these or make your own by uploading images, adding voice recordings and then share them using Dropbox. For a more updated version with additional options check out Advanced Making Sequences and Advanced Video Making Sequences.

What’s New

Version 1.6

- bugfixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

AnneMarie38 ,

Could be great

It's ok....since the pictures just bump each other around it gets very frustrating for the kids. It would be awesome if there were blank boxes to move the pictures to instead of them shuffling around. I tend to use a different app because the kids get mad, and then they get confused as where the pictures go. Fix it up and I may just give it fie stars....

Reading sequence ,

Not helpful for story sequencing or much of anything. :(

Not helpful for story sequencing or much of anything. :(

Developer Response ,

Hello, Take a second look. Our apps are fully customizable to help your child or student learn what you wish, with your own specialized content.

njschool ,

Works well with our students on the autism spectrum!

A great app for picture sequencing. It uses real photos but you have the ability to take your own photos (directly using the app, from your iPad’s camera or your existing camera roll). There are 15 built in sequences with 3-5 pictures. By tapping on each photo, a text is read to you. You do have the ability in settings to turn the text on/off, turn the audio on/off or turn the numbers on/off for the pictures. You can “shuffle” the cards as many times as you like and when correct, the child receives a “great job” or a cheer. If incorrect, the child is told “try again.”

By customizing your own sequences, you can use activities from a child’s daily routine and make personalized sequences. For example, I’ve made customized sequences for: hatching baby chicks from eggs in the classroom, planting seeds in the greenhouse,making chocolate dipped pretzels in career education class, ordering lunch in the cafeteria, shopping at the grocery store. At home, sequences could be made with the child’s own photo in his own room with familiar items (e.g., favorite teddy) perhaps for the bedtime routine. This app also allows you or the child to record his/her voice to narrate each picture. This is a great way to work on sentence formation including verb tenses, pronouns, etc.

Information

Seller
Zorten Software, LLC
Size
110 MB
Category
Education
Compatibility

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.

Languages

English, French, Spanish

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
$4.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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