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Where Has My Dog Gone was written by a retired speech-language pathologist. This app can be used by teachers, parents and speech-language pathologists as a supplement to teach the early prepositions and the early developing sound /d/ through interactive play. The children will enjoy learning prepositions by touching a sign to activate the characters to perform actions like telling the dog on the bike to ride "up" or "down" the slide. Through repeated activation of the signs the child will learn the prepositions the same way they learn that a stop sign means the driver should stop.

The prepositions and words to be learned are: stop/go, up/down, below/above, behind/in front, on/off, in/out, over/under, out/in, and the additional words run and goodnight.

Use the words beginning with the sound /d/ to teach or reinforce this early developing sound; dog, doll, down, hot dog, duck.

For free downloadable hands-on activities to supplement the app learning process, follow the link to www.SpeechPathologyApps.com and click on “Downloads”. Then scroll down to Where Has My Dog Gone.

At any time during the story of Where Has My Dog Gone the child can turn the page by clicking the icon in the bottom right corner to go forward or by clicking the icon in the bottom left corner to go to the previous page. Once the last page (information page) is on the screen there is an exit button that will take you back to the opening page.

Speech Pathology Apps, LLC has created several apps that are free. This is our gift to the wonderful children of the world. Please check out our other free apps as well as our reading apps, Fat Cat App and Bats in the Cave as well as Are you Sleeping (teaching early verbs in English and Spanish).

Thanks to Brenda Bennett for providing the artwork for Where Has My Dog Gone and to Joan McShane for additional pictures.

Software development provided by IMAK Creations, www.imakcreations.com.

Music and voice-over provided by Myrna Cabello and Halle Wehmeyer.

Music Studio: Affordable Sound, Austin, TX.

Developmental Objectives:

Early developing sound /d/
Letter “d” (in downloadable activity sheets)
Print awareness (understanding that the printed letters have meaning)
Reading simple signs
Children’s Publishing and SpeechPathologyApps.com appreciate the
work done by Mason Weems of IMAK Creations. For fun games and educational games by IMAK Creations visit www.imakcreations.com.

About Children’s Publishing:
Children’s Publishing publishes and sells products to Speech-language pathologists, early childhood and elementary schools,and parents.

OTHER APPLICATIONS: We appreciate your consideration of all our applications – Tea Time, Cake Time, Bedtime, Sleep Time, Baby Bunny Bouncing Ball, I Can Say, Fat Cat App and Bats in the Cave.

Children’s Publishing Web Site Where Has My Dog Gone support www.childrenspublishing.com www.SpeechPathologyApps.com

What's New

Version 1.1

bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5

7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Where Has My Dog Gone

Child pub

My child feels like she is reading when she touches the signs to create actions by the characters. It's a great way to teach.


Lavelle Carlson
31.6 MB
Requires iOS 4.1 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Children's Publishing


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