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The only main complaint I have is the voice. Again, another great App (there are many) but the voice is typically a 'mean' or gruff sounding voice that doesn't make it as effective as it could be. The videos are great.
This app has great potential for my Life Skills class but it needs updating before I purchase more. 😐
The addition of the real life videos makes this a very useful sequencing app.
Effective, clear and easy to use. Love the variety of activities
Great combo of video modeling and activities
Developed by the Judy Lynn Software, Inc.,
who have also released the following apps Sorting Activities - 3 Choices, Sequencing Tasks: Life Skills, Switch Accessible - Matching, Mazes - Switch Accessible, Turn Taking, Sorting Activities - 2 Choices, Step Scanning, Toileting: Female Adult, Sorting Activities - Free, Toileting: Female Child .
Sequencing Tasks: Life Skills has 10 user reviews.
Sequencing Tasks: Life Skills has an average rating of 2.9.
The latest version of Sequencing Tasks: Life Skills (14.0) was released on Mar 27, 2019.
You can download Sequencing Tasks: Life Skills here:.
"Sequencing Tasks - Life Skills focuses on the cognitive skill of arranging photos of a task in chronological sequence. All of the pre-made tasks start off with a video demonstrating a life skills task such as "Washing your Hands". After the video is
shown, a review of the task is provided using 3 still photos taken from the video depicting each step in the task. For example in the task of "Washing your Hands", the 3 steps would be "Put soap on your hands", "Wash your hands", and "Dry your hands". After the review, the student is presented with the task of arranging the photos in chronological order by dragging and dropping them into a sequence. All of the tasks are broken down into 3 steps. Statistics are gathered and saved for each session.
The app gives you the opportunity to preview for free the "Washing your Hands" task. The app contains 4 groups of 7 tasks for in-app purchase. A discount is available for purchasing all 4 groups.
The list of tasks are:
- Putting on sneakers
- Eating a hamburger
- Throwing out the garbage
- Buying candy
- Making scrambled eggs
- Talking on the phone
- Eating potato chips
- Washing your hands
- Eating cereal
- Putting on a bandaid
- Eating cake
- Making a cheese sandwich
- Painting a picture
- Brushing your teeth
- Scooping ice cream
- Sweeping the floor
- Eating a banana
- Buying soda from the vending machine
- Riding in a car
- Stapling papers
A new option is now introduced into the app which gives you the ability to create your own sequencing tasks with up to 10 steps per task.
The sequencing tasks that you create are switch accessible.
The app is modeled after our very popular Windows special needs program called "In Sequence - Daily Living Skills".
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