Touch and Learn - Emotions
By Innovative Mobile Apps
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★★★★★ Omg... these pictures are amazing. What a fun way to learn about emotions and so easy to customize too!
Endorsed by tens of thousands of satisfied parents, teachers, and kids the world over.
Touch and Learn is a powerful new gaming platform that allows you to introduce new concepts in a fun and exciting new way.
This app focused on helping kids read body language and understand emotions by looking at gorgeous pictures and figuring
out which person is expressing a given emotion.
WHY PARENTS AND TEACHERS LOVE THIS APP
✔ The app is super easy to customize so you and adjust everything to your liking
✔ You can turn individual concepts ON or OFF and introduce one new emotion at a time
✔ The app is super easy to use for kids of all ages and all abilities
✔ You can add new concepts (emotions, actions, etc.) in one click
WHY KIDS WILL LOVE IT TOO
✔ 100+ gorgeous photos keep kids engaged and wanting more
✔ The app if fun, simple, and easy to use
✔ Kids love hearing everything in mommy's or daddy's voice
✔ Wrong answers do not interfere with gameplay
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What's New in Version 2.0
★★★★★ Now its beautiful, simple, and clear
✔ Based on overwhelming customer feedback, we have stripped out 80% of the functionality and now you are just left with gorgeous photos and emotions
✔ By simplifying the app, we have also made it crash proof so customize everything to your hearts desire. The app will no longer break and stop working
✔ While some teacher loved the advanced features, we heard from users again and again that they just want to teach the ability to recognize and understand emotions to their kids.
NOTE to teachers: If you really, really loved the advanced up, please email us with more feedback and we can see if we can bring it back. At least this app will never crash again when users try to customize it on their own.
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I'm pleased to find this emotive training. I do not have Autism nor other neurological challenges. However, I come close to a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder in that emotions and feelings, the senses were disregarded in my childhood as inferior information! Try to define facial expressions when experiencing the same was shunned. At 68 years I'm just catching up working to "sense" in my body what I was forbidden to have all these years. So Thank You!!! I'm beginning to feel, to sense self and not feel so empty. Keep up this important work.
I do agree that the latest App Upgrade Is NOT an improvement. It was better to have more than one right answer. Infants and toddlers images overlap in age. Other feelings have nuances that do not preclude only one right answer. Is there a way I can reload the old app and keep both? I find it relaxing and satisfying to end my day scrolling thru these photos and confirming my new depth of empathic feelings and sensing. Thank you again! Mary
Learning Experience? Heck no!
Of all the apps I have ever purchased or downloaded in my entire life, this is by far the worst one I have ever seen. The pictures are repetitive, the voice is annoying, and some of the feelings don't really go with the picture most of the time. For example, when the voice asked for something "silly", all the pictures have someone smiling. In the end, the app showed that the answer was the little girl who looked rather frustrated than silly. But it's not just that; there are also times when it comes down to two pictures for smiling and I just guess and get it right 50/50 of the time. If both are smiling, I would just pick one and hope for the best. That is the biggest letdown of the app. At the beginning of downloading this app, I expected myself, an autistic 16 year old, to get further knowledge on feelings. But, in the end, it was just an awful mess that could be better off made by a 7 year old. Please, spare your time and DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS APP!!
Great photos, but the combinations of the 4 choices is often confusing, and there are action words given as names of emotions. For example, on one page the stimulus word was "smiling" (action, not emotion) and three of the pictures showed someone smiling, yet there was only one correct answer. In another example, one page used the word "focused" for a certain picture, then on the very next page, used the same picture for the word "curious". This would be fine if they were actually synonymous, but not so much! Let's face it, we use these apps with low-functioning or very young children who are easily confused. The stimulus items and the picture choices need to be more clear. It would also be great to incorporate synonyms in this app, as many children get stuck on "happy", "sad", and "mad" and really need to expand their vocabulary.
- Category: Education
- Updated: Mar 17, 2012
- Version: 2.0
- Size: 15.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Innovative Mobile Apps Ltd
- © Alligator Apps
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.