After all your settings are complete and you begin the activity, the student is prompted with a question The picture below is an example of an expressive question prompt. This app also allows you to keep data on correct/incorrect answers.
"How do you erase a chalkboard?"
If you choose the Board Game option, the students get to tap the spinner and move around the game board as they answer the questions and race to the treasure chest!
I had a few of my students complete their own review of the app! They all rated the app 5/5 stars!
Here is what they loved about the app:
1. The butterflies that fly around on the game board.
2. Getting the gold!
3. The treasure that falls down when you land on the pot of gold.
Here is what they didn't like:
1. The crab and the alligator! (they make you go back 1 space)
2. That only one player wins gold.
I have to admit, I agree with the fact that only one player gets to the treasure chest. When I play a board game in speech, the game isn't over until everyone gets to the finish line. This allows for the most practice of the skill.
This app would be a wonderful addition to your speech and language bag of tricks. WH-Questions Island sells for $9.99 in the iTunes store. or try to win a copy below!