'“Speech with Milo” apps were created by a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, and have been downloaded over 50,000 times. "Speech with Milo: Interactive Storybook" was created as a versatile and entertaining speech therapy tool for children. The popular Milo series is back- this time on an adventure to the park in an interactive storybook. Milo and his friends, Melvin and Maggie, will keep any child interested in this book with interactive features on every page and the ability to record their own story. Created by the licensed Speech-Language Pathologist that brought you five other language apps, to build storytelling and narrative skills. Speech with Milo is focused on developing language skills in children. The interactive story book allows children to build skills by recording their own story. Your child has the option of reading and listening to the words that we provide as they play with the sounds and sights on each page. Or, you may turn off all features so they can create their own story. Check out the youtube demo here: http://youtu.be/Zh1Q6e8jwn4 This is an original story with characters, plot, events, and a linear story progression selected carefully in order to develop and informally assess speech and language skills. It is intentionally simple so that the focus of the book is on developing language skills. This application is made for children, approximately ages 2-10, in order to build a variety of language skills. Here are some ways you can use this app: •Develop storytelling and/or retelling skills •Practice predicting skills •Practice answering questions •Teach critical thinking (how/why/why not/what if questions) •Obtain a language sample •Use as an informal diagnostic tool for assessing narrative skills •Improve grammatical skills •Increase utterance length •Develop complex sentences •Describe and discuss the animals, actions, and sounds on each page Optional Features: Turn off interactive features Turn off text Turn off narration Turn off background sounds Record your own voice on every page Bookmark your page'
Jane Moore (Faculty)