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Move & Match allows users to design practice pages for very specific purposes; for example, in the past week, I created one for opposites (four pairs of opposites), one for prefixes (six prefixes and their meanings), and one for categories (two categories with four pictures for each one). I found that 8 regular size boxes fit comfortably on the screen; 12 smaller text boxes also fit well. That leaves me enough space for a Directions box at the top, too. My favorite background is the graph paper because it helps with alignment, and the Copy button in the upper left corner of the box is a real time saver.
Overall, there are a couple options I would appreciate seeing added to Move & Match. These options include: different font and shape choices; the ability to copy and paste photos from Safari; the option of creating multiple pages; and the ability to use short video clips. These improvements would elevate projects to the next level. For me, this app fills a niche in the app market. Because it’s not practical to own an app for every last skill, activity, or vocabulary list, you can use Move & Match to create your own.
Move & Match is available for download via the iTunes App Store - iPad and iPad Mini App
Review by Julie Peterson, a speech/language pathologist (SLP) currently working in a school setting, serving children with special needs ages 6-14.
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Disclosure: This review was move up the waiting list priority-services. All opinions expressed are purely that of the author.