These Apps Help Homeschooling Kids With Extra Needs
With schools not being in session due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it means a lot of parents are trying to be both parents and teachers at home. Obviously, this is not an easy task for anybody, especially those parents with kids that need special attention on certain things.
While online I noticed a long list of apps that could help parents that are doing homeschool right now, that specifically cater to specific learning obstacles. Here is the list of apps, hopefully, they come in handy for you or another Grand Valley parent.
Apps for Dyslexic Learners:
Apps for Autistic Learners:
Apps for the Visually Impaired:
- Dragon Dictation
- Light Detector
- Color ID
- Be My Eyes- Helping Blind See
- Talking Calculator
- Visual Brailler
Apps for Learners with Writing Difficulties:
- The Writing Machine
- IWrite Words
- Letter School
- Alpha Writer
- ABC Pocket Phonics
- Word Magic
If you know of other apps that could help out parents as they try to navigate homeschooling right now, please let us know about them so we can help spread the word.