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First Nouns is part of a suite of apps used to teach children and adults who are visual learners and who need a little extra help. The technology is based in Visual Communication Analysis and advanced statistical techniques to predict the correct lesson plan to use in order to maximize the effectiveness of the student's learning experience.<br>All data is stored in a secure cloud based database and is synchronized across all devices, teachers and students utilizing the app.<br>TO USE THIS APP, YOU WILL NEED A VALID KIS PUBLISHING LICENSE AND LOGIN
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Thank you so much for providing such a useful app! I downloaded this for my parents who are both new to the english language and they love using it. They've tried learning from books and from watching videos but nothing really stuck. They like that this app is easy to use and it's very interactive. I highly recommend watching the tutorial first before using the program. All the questions we initially had were answered in the tutorial video. Overall, this is a great app :)
This is a super app that is getting a response from my severely asd 5 year old. Cannot thank you enough for that!! Two questions. We are on the first level, but there's no "give" on sliding the pic up. My son who can do very little at this time is actually able to properly match, but there's no setting to let me adjust how close the match can be. He can't get it dead on, but it is close enough to be exactly right, that is frustrating to him. That stinks because he can actually do this!! Just need to be able to have a little wiggle room with matches. There are no sounds??thats fine, just curious. Thank you for the app!!
This app is a fantastic tool for teaching any child who needs a little extra help learning the first 500 basic nouns. I work specifically with nonverbal kids with autism who are considered "severe" and I already see big improvements after using this app. I was one of the original beta testers so I've been using this app for a few months now. First of all, the app is very clear. The instructions are easy to understand and it visually makes sense. Each picture clearly shows the nouns without any distracting background that confuse our kids. I love the fact that there is no sound; I've tried other apps with sound but the kids just stimmed to the noise and it was hard to get them to concentrate. There is no guessing if your child understands, the results are clear and immediate. In the beginning, it can be a little overwhelming with the ability to learn 500 words, however it was easy to narrow down the list and focus on certain words at a time. I recommend toggling with the settings in order to figure out which level your child is at in order to make it not too easy, but not too difficult either. Once I figured out the right number of words (23 and counting!) and the correct level (we are at level 5 for matching and level 7 for typing!), I immediately saw progress. This is not an app for your child to play with; this is an app to teach your child to recognize words and type independently. If you take it seriously, you will see progress. Be ready to sit with your child and bond! The most rewarding feeling is when you see your child understand. It may take time, but it is worth every second.
First Nouns is an amazing new app with over 500 crisp, clear photos included. The photos are on a blank white background. With this app, children will not become distracted by busy backgrounds or confusing line drawings. My son has made great progress with this app, gaining confidence and skills such as matching words to pictures, typing, and even typing from memory. I never imagined my son would be able to type from memory so quickly, but the creators of this app have really found an effective method for teaching visual learners on the autism spectrum. I would recommend both reading and watching the short tutorial (found on the KIS apps website). There are some special bonus features such as data/progress tracking. Most people with children on the autism spectrum are familiar with data sheets. This app can automatically track your child's data so you do not have to spend valuable seconds manually entering it on a data sheet. Even better, the software creates charts so that you can see if there are any significant patterns, such as the child confusing certain letters or if a child performs better at certain times of the day. I love being able to customize the words that we use in our household for these everyday objects. I also enjoy the fact that there is no audio included with the app. I would rather interact spontaneously with my child than have to program my voice to customize 500 words. I would be far less likely to use this app if I had to spend hours programming it. As for canned audio, I have many apps where the person doing the audio has an accent that is confusing to my son and/or just plain annoying to hear time after time. One example of this is that my son still says "eh oh" instead of "uh oh," thanks to the British Teletubbies. Also, many times, my son will swipe across multiple buttons on these other apps, which produces a cacophony of partially spoken words.
Developed by KIS Publishing LLC.
First Nouns is ranking in Education & Medical
Last update was at Mar 12, 2018and the current version is 3.2.
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First Nouns have a 3a user reviews.
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