****This app has a lot to offer. With over 60 sequence activities for students to practice it will definitely get a workout. The ability to change sequence steps for each activity is great and allows me to adapt each set for my students. The pictures are cute without being young and clearly depict each activity. The game is fun and the pre-programmed time function on it is a fantastic feature. (Maureen, M.S.CCC-SLP)****
The Sequencing Post Office app was created by a certified speech and language pathologist for children ages 3 and up to practice sequencing.
Sequencing involves putting objects and events in logical order, and it is an important language skill for storytelling, reading comprehension, following directions, and executive functioning.
The Sequencing Post Office app offers over 60 sequencing tasks, divided into three levels of difficulty: 2-step, 3-step, and 4-step sequencing, and a fun motivational game.
Children will have fun working in the post office and putting the pictures in the correct order while being rewarded with a fun game when they accumulate enough points.
The Sequencing Post Office app is easy to navigate and allows users to employ several tools to perform the following tasks:
-Enter multiple students
-Change settings and use randomization
-Track correct and incorrect responses
-Email results at the end of the session
- UI Improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Great concept, but this app can be frustrating in that it is sometimes difficult to determine what they are doing in the pictures. For example, is she getting in the bathtub or getting out? Sometime I cannot tell, so it is difficult for me to use this app effectively with my students. It would be great if there was an audio and/or text option to describe what is happening in the picture.
Love the ability to Adjust the number of pictures to the students ability level from 2 to 3 to 4 pictures . Would love the capability of going up to six pictures and adding your own. There is a problem with the game though as it doesn't work when you use only two pictures that bug should be fixed
Sequencing Post Office
The exercises are designed to allow a choice of the number of items to sequence. It would be nice if there was an option of 5 or 6 sequences for older children. The main problem I have with this app is that the pictures are not obvious in the desired sequence. Some of my students have difficulty telling me what all of the pictures represent.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.