App Brings Current Events to Kids With Special Needs

6/4/2014 5:00:00 PM
Title: News-2-You
Summary: Draw kids into weekly news with powerful symbols and voice narration
Pros: Easy-to-understand symbols and voice options maximize accessibility.
Cons: Some article content, like recent movies, has a limited shelf life.
Bottom Line: Kids can expand literacy skills, learn about the world, and get involved in topics with discussion questions and activities.

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