“Smarty Ears has definitely put a lot of time and effort into this application and it shows through every aspect. With movie theater themed screens, activities, and buttons, this application is truly the best looking of the articulation applications currently on the market!”
Articulation Scenes brings articulation practice to a whole new level! This app, developed and designed by a certified speech language pathologist allows children to practice their sounds with a variety of engaging and fun activities centered around the cinema theme.
Based on scenes, Articulation Scenes provides numerous opportunities for children to pronounce their sounds more clearly. All activities were beautifully designed around the theme of cinema and movies for a fun and interesting learning activity.
Articulation Scenes includes all consonant sounds of English! Just select which one you want to practice to get started.
Each sound contains at least three scenes: Initial, Medial or Final Scenes:
“Articulation Scenes has definitely lived up to the hype! My clients and I had a great time testing it out at work!”
For children who need practice with one of the most targeted phonemes in speech therapy sessions / r/ , we have included one scene per each separate type of the sound “r : [ pre-vocalic, blends, air, ar, ear, ire, or, rl ].
“This app includes a lot of target phonemes with the pictures incorporated into scenes that provide context and facilitate sentence level productions and generalization and carryover. The scenes are attractive and children will particularly enjoy finding the hidden pictures.”
1. Find the Hidden Items
2. Tap and Say it
3. The Movie Theater
“What a fun app! Downloaded this last week and my students are asking for it everyday! They especially like the hidden picture scenes. I especially like the stories and recording option to create your own story. This is a great carryover activity for older kiddos especially. Kids are very motivated to collect the trophies when they complete an activity. They Are bummed tho when they can’t earn all of them because we are not working on each sound!”
4. The Production Room
The option 2 takes students to a screen where they will use the written story in a teleprompter to record their voice.
“I love this app. It has made articulation carry over easier for my students. They love the scenes. I am also able to use it for my language students and fluency students. Nice- when you have mixed groups.”
Compatible with the Therapy Report Center
Track student’s progress overtime
Data tracking capabilities
Students win trophies as they master their sounds
Auditory bombardment activity
Practice words at the word, reading, and conversation level
Built-in voice recorder
Voice files are saves and can be accessed at any time
Over 1200 words!
Homework files are included at no additional cost
Put on your fancy shoes and head down the red carpet with Smarty Ears’ newest application: Articulation Scenes! Smarty Ears has definitely put a lot of time and effort into this application and it shows through every aspect. With movie theater themed screens, activities, and buttons, this application is truly the best looking of the articulation applications currently on the market!”
“Articulation Scenes is an app designed to target 1200 practice words using 72 scenes. The app provides opportunities to target articulation targets without the flashcard feel of most apps! The app includes data tracking capabilities and a rewards shelf for each child. The developers have also added homework sheets containing the words included on each scene that can be sent home for further practice. This could be a huge timesaver for you!
The app is focused on articulation, but can easily be used to simultaneously target language skills. Syntax can easily be targeted in the labeling activity by using sentences. The movie theater and production room are great for language skills including organization, narration and syntax. Target inferences by giving clues for the item you want them to find and say. Target fluency skills during both reading and spontaneous generation of sentences.”
“My students found it engaging and I liked the variety it offered. I liked how there were opportunities to practice self-monitoring skills. The app’s reinforcement system of earning trophies was clever and worked well for my students, they kept asking each other how many were in their cases”