App of the Week: Photo Dice for Speech and Language
[Source: Peachy Speech]
More great ideas from my colleague Gina Gladstone, CCC-SLP
I am always looking for ways to use “standard” apps in creative ways for therapy. One of my favorite non-speech/language-specific apps is Photo Dice. This app allows me to create customized die using student-created artwork or photographs for practice during treatment sessions.
I use Photo Dice to create die depicting target artic words. Each child quickly decides which words he/she would like to draw for his/her dice. I use an art program like Paint Sparkles for this purpose. I ask the student to draw a simple picture depicting one of his/her words. After the child draws a picture I take a screenshot of the artwork (click here for a link to the page on this site about screenshots). After I take screenshots of the student’s six drawings, I import them onto a dice. Each student creates a dice. We roll all of the newly created die and the students take turns
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