I’m working on identifying emotions with many of my kiddos right now, so when I was offered the opportunity to review Let’s Learn Emotions from Everyday Speech I jumped at the opportunity! Once I used the app, I was even more excited to start using it with my kiddos!
Check out some of the fantastic features below:
There are three fun ways you can target emotions. Matching games, discussion games and flashcards. Additionally, you can add or remove any emotion cards you want. That means you can actually add flashcards using your own caseload! So cool!
The matching games section looks like the screenshots below:
After you touch your choice, the app will provide feedback and show the correct emotion for each card.
This will likely be the section I use the most of this app. I love that when you touch the word flashcard, it flips over and shows a picture of the emotion. That definitely helps many of my kiddos understand the emotion more.
Another example of a question in this section is below:
What I LOVE about the flashcards section is that it doesn’t just tell you the answer when you flip the card over…. it actually explains HOW to tell how a person is feeling. Great, great, great!!!
The last section of this app allows you to add your own pictures/content. It is incredibly easy to do and I believe makes the app much more functional for your kids. Seeing their faces and the faces of their classmates and friends makes everything much more realistic.
If you can’t tell already, I’ve really enjoyed using this app. It is only $2.99 in the App Store and beyond worth every penny. It’s difficult to find apps in that price range! It is loaded with great features and I love how it really teaches what to look at to interpret emotions.
If you’re interested in learning more about this app/buying it from the app store, click here!