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Kids love hangman, Missions keep it interesting. Always win

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great app for those older students, especially boys, who need the extrinsic motivation to work hard on their articulation skills! Can’t wait to see what is next.

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Secret Mission Articulation

Secret Mission Articulation is a universal app from Erik X. Raj. It makes Speech therapy into a game for articulation students working on later developing sounds, and contains over 100 secret missions for students to pretend to take part in.

Foil the sinister plans of the evil robot super villain who will stop at nothing to wreak havoc! Figure out the secret password to shut down the robot so that he is unable to complete his naughty plans!

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This is a great app to maintain the interest of older articulation students who have been in therapy and are losing motivation. Choose your sound: s, z, r, l, sh, ch, or the and then choose either initial, final, medial, blends (s, l, r) or mixed and you are off on a secret mission. Listen to the secret mission and you are provided with blanks for each letter of the word and the alphabet (just like in hangman). You always win even if you use all 26 letters. Hit “Enter” and you can choose to hear the word, start a new mission or go back to the home screen. Each mission has a new “password”, and the app contains over 600 sound-specific “passwords”,  so the student is practicing their articulation skills whilst playing a fun game.

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Secret Mission Articulation – Erik X. Raj

Secret Mission Articulation Secret Mission Articulation by Erik X. Raj

Price: $4.99 USD

Created by Erik X. Raj, M.S., CCC-SLP, Secret Mission Articulation is a unique speech therapy game that challenges players to guess a hidden word by choosing from different letters on an alphabet board.

Suzanne is married with one fantastic 12 year old daughter. Suzanne is a school speech language pathologist in the public schools and enjoys her job tremendously. She and her family have recently moved from North Dakota to Texas and are enjoying the wonderful climate change this move has provided. Suzanne has always been the power user of new electronics in her schools and loves to teach others what she has learned. She shares her knowledge of appropriate apps with coworkers and families.

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