Recently, I had a new pragmatic student hop on my caseload. Weirdly enough, I haven’t had many students who work on social skills in my few years of working, and I realized I desperately needed some materials for this area. When Everyday Speech offered for me to review their app Let’s Be Social, I jumped at the chance.
- It’s easy to navigate. Prompts and labels are all throughout, making it easy to find and create what you need.
- You can add your own lessons and questions. This is a biggie! Not many apps have this type of capability. Love it.
- The variety of lessons make it relevant for lots of different pragmatic goals.
- The price is very fair for what you are able to get out of this app.
- It doesn’t allow you to take data in-app. This isn’t that big of a deal for me, but I know it is for some.
- The stories are geared toward younger students, so I’d have to do a lot of story creating for it to work for my older kids.
- I kind of wish some of the questions were more open-ended instead of multiple choice, allowing for more creative responses and expressive language practice.