Download Street Smarts apk 1.2.0311050 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 7.3 MB
Becoming separated from your child with autism or other special needs is a parent’s worst nightmare.
Using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to teach three simple steps to your child with autism or other special needs, Street Smarts can help your child with autism or other special needs learn about what to do if they get lost.
With Morton the Monkey as their guide, your child with autism or other special needs can learn these steps based on ABA in a fun and interactive way! Plus, Street Smarts is the only ABA safety skills app that includes a parent/teacher component to help practice the three steps in the real world.
- 3 simple steps of what to do if you’re lost.
- Design informed by cutting edge ABA research
- Customized for kids with autism and other special needs! Morton the Monkey engages kids as they learn.
- Questions with visuals after every video to help them remember what they learned.
- Specialized parent/professional section including videos and a tracking system for how to practice steps in real life
- More videos and a visual resource that can be used when you’re out practicing in the real world available via in-app purchases.
- All in-app purchases omitted in child’s section of the app. These are only made available in the parent or teacher section.
- Street Smarts may work best for children with autism and other special needs who can: follow 2 or 3 step instructions, imitate actions, answer simple who, what, and where questions.
Keywords: autism, children, child, kid, safety, tips, education, therapy, aba, applied behavior analysis
- Speed improvements
- Improve timing between Morton rolling, and the sound effects
Special Appucations Inc part of our Educational and have average installs from 10 to 50. Last Update July 23, 2015. Google play rating is 100.0. Current verison is 1.2.0311050. Actual size 7.3 MB.
Great resource Fantastic app..both my kids went through it and were able to complete it and understand the concept...they especially loved the monkey. They are 3 and 6.