This colorful educational App for the iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch® has all 52 illustrated picture flash cards (plus audio of each card’s text) from the Yes or No? Fun Deck® by Super Duper® Publications. Select the cards you want students to see, and have your students answer yes/no questions to practice basic questioning, answering, and reasoning skills. The prompts include questions like, “Can a cow bark?” and “Can a flower grow?” The Automatic Scoring option allows the students to choose “Yes” or “No” to answer the question correctly.
This App is simple to use — each student looks at an illustration and either reads the prompt or touches the screen to listen to the prompt and answer choices. The student then responds by touching his/her answer. Move to the next card by sliding the card currently on the display screen to the side. To move to the next player, tap the bar at the top of the screen and select a name. You can also advance cards and players automatically by selecting the Auto-Advance option in the Game Options menu. You can leave a game temporarily and return to it later by selecting Pause Game from the menu. To return to the game, select Continue Game from the main menu. When you finish, view the results in a graph, and print or email your data.
Yes or No? Fun Deck® App lets you:
• Use the app in portrait or landscape orientation.
• Select all 52 cards or just the ones you want students to see.
• Track correct and incorrect responses for an unlimited number of players.
• Advance players and cards manually or automatically.
• Receive feedback for incorrect and/or correct responses
• Discontinue game play and continue at any time.
• View results in a graph and see which questions a player missed during a session.
• Print, E-mail and share your results.
Updated for iOS 8 and iOS 9
Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
As an elementary school English as a second language teacher, I love Super Duper Fun Decks. Pictures are an indispensable tool for learning language. The pictures in this Fun Deck are a springboard for language production and comprehension. Teachers can use the images in conjunction with a sentence frame in order to structure and extend the students' responses. Since this fun deck can automatically correct a response, students can play the game independently with partners. Or, I can project the game from the iPad onto a screen and we play as a whole. In whole group playing, student partners confer with each other write their answers on a small white board. I award points for the correct answer AND for the partners explaining why they made the answer choice. Playing whole group or in a small group with the teacher has the advantage of greater metacognition as students have to explain their thinking. Playing independently in small partner groups has students go through the questions and answers more quickly and has the advantage of giving students more opportunities to respond. The app provides instant feedback, letting the students know if they've answered correctly. It also keeps score so teachers can monitor their students' progress. This means that the teacher is not the lynchpin holding the students' attention and collecting data. The colorful app keeps the students engaged and learning!
Not accessible to non readers or visually impaired
Many of my students are non-readers. This app would be accessible to more students if the "yes" and "no" buttons also had a picture representation of the concepts yes and no.
It would also increase the accessibility of this app to my low vision students if the answer choices had an auditory scanning component. I also think it would be helpful if the location of the yes and no buttons stayed the same. This game is to teach yes no questions, not to improve attention and visual scanning skills. The added component takes away from the skill that is being targeted.
For the small number of students I have that can access this game , it is very useful. It would also be a good tool to teach your students how to access technology, since the skill is relatively low level.
With a few improvements, I would rate this app 5 🌟
I am a Speech Language Pathologist and use this App for different lessons. Not only do I use it for the Y/N questions but for my articulation students. Theses cards contain a variety of /r/ sounds and is very beneficial to them. The only draw back and I may not have figured it out yet is unless I email the results immediately I have lost them which is frustrating at times. Other than that my students enjoy working with the cards on the IPad 2.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.