Guess Where? from I Can Do Apps is an educational app consisting of four clues and one answer designed to help individuals work on answering questions and inferencing: making predictions and deductive reasoning skills. Inferencing is an important skill for early reading comprehension and determining implied meaning in text. Being able to interpret information presented and answering questions are key skills for language development.
The goal of this app is to use the clues provided to guess where is hiding behind the mystery card. Manually reveal the clues one at a time which allows time to discuss each clue. Press the answer button when you think you have the answer to reveal the photograph. The answer can only be seen after at least two clues are viewed which helps reduce over eager or impulsive guessing. This interactive teaching tool can be used by parents, teachers, therapists and individuals to further develop skills of inferencing, predicting, deductive reasoning, auditory memory, vocabulary, word finding, reading comprehension, building semantic knowledge and answering questions.
Guess Where? has a clean design and is easy to use which decreases distractions. This app is great for carryover and home practice. We suggest parents play along with their children and help with ideas, additional information or to promote a conversation. Playing Guess Where? with siblings or friends encourages social skills important for communication and sharing. Guess Where? is perfect for long car rides, while you wait at a restaurant or just for FUN!
- Four clues - one answer
- Teaching tool for speech and language development
- Developed by a Speech Language Pathologist
- Random questions - no two sessions are alike
- Turn on/off word label
- Turn on/off sound
- No In-App purchases
- No ads
- Aligned with the Common Core Standards (CCS)
- "Parental gate" to view our other apps
- We don’t collect personal information
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Ratings and Reviews
Love this one too.
I love that I have been able to leave more of my paper materials (picture cards,worksheets etc) at home and now have materials right at my finger tips. Great for vocabulary building in children or for my adult rehab. clients working on deductive reasoning/cognitive tasks.
Learning while playing
This is a great app to learn places and practice "where" questions. A great addition to the "Guess series". Well done.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.