Pogg is a game that will help your kids learn words, objects, actions, and have a great time in the process!
It's a fun educational game for young children, as well as a proven useful tool in kids' language development. It stars Pogg, a little green alien who can do all sorts of things.
Pogg is built on the open question, “What should Pogg do now?”, allowing you to type in whatever you like, and Pogg will most likely be able to do it – type in “run” and he’ll go for a run… type in “cook” and he cooks!
You can also watch all of Pogg’s actions through Picture Mode, which presents each action as an easy to press icon.
Pogg is receiving consistently high ratings from parents, teachers, game reviewers, speech therapists and disability workers. It has found a warm place in the hearts of special education children and their teachers and parents, and received the endorsement of multiple speech therapists as well as being cited in publications as a useful app for helping the language development of special education students.
"It is without doubt one of the best games for kids I have seen in the App Store. It is creative and useful, and just plain fun." (iPhone Footprint review)
If you like fun, you’ll like Pogg :)
Some additions to the list of possible words in Spelling mode
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This is a very cute app! The animations are well done and certainly something kids will enjoy. My daughter thinks a lot of what the alien does is funny. I like the two options in control- either through typing in the command or by selecting a picture of what you want him to do. This makes the app something children can grow with. I do wish that the alien would say the word in his alien voice so that it would reinforce learning to write out the words to kids. I hope there will be updates with even more words and animations. Overall a well done cute app for kids! I recommend it.
Great app for therapists working with kids!
I love Pogg!!! I have used it for many years after learning about Pogg in an alternative/augmentative communication (AAC) course. I can give them choices or ask them to tell me what they want Pogg to do using their talker or a communication board. There’s lots of research in video modeling so Pogg could be developed further and become an even more useful tool. He’s such a great tool!!!
Pogg is adorable!
A fun way to practice vocabulary, this is especially great for simple action words. I use this with young students with special needs, but I think typical little ones just learning how to spell would get a kick out of this.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.