Articulation Station

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  • Last update: 5 years ago
  • Version: 2.2.3
  • Size: 427 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Little Bee Speech
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • s sound program $5.99
  • r sound program $7.99
  • l sound program $5.99
  • k sound program $3.99
  • th sound program $3.99
  • sh sound program $3.99
  • f sound program $3.99
  • g sound program $3.99
  • ch sound program $3.99
  • b sound program $3.99
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Articulation Station Description

Enjoy an exhilarating experience with the new and improved Articulation Station app packed with some winning activities that teach your kids pronunciations and consonant sounds. Featuring creative images and audio, exciting activities and various levels of practice sessions, this app will leave your children wanting more.

The app also features customized word lists, flashcard and unique and rotating sentences, stories with comprehension questions, group activities, and voice recording.


The Articulation Station app is packed with over 1200 words, 90 rotating sentences, 1300+ unique sentences and 96 story levels making this program a complete entertainer for the entire family.


The Articulation Station app is only compatible with iOS devices.


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  • S
    Overall this is a very high quality app and has gotten a lot of us in our house, however I do have some reservations with recommending it. I will say though that my two-year-old daughter plays with it quite frequently. She has learned so much and is much more communicative because of it. I like that she is learning and engaged while using it. The app is very clean and professional in appearance. It is also easy to use. My only critique is content-wise. There are many cards which I would prefer that my children not see such as candy, doughnuts, cookies, cake, soft drinks, etc. Whose idea was it to have an app for kids with multiple pictures of junk food throughout? There are also cards that I do not want to see such as giant harry spiders, the creepy “face”, and the larger-than-life cockroach. In addition to the cards I mentioned above, there are many cards that some people will find inappropriate for some audiences. I’m referring to things like “witch”, “ghost”, “zodiac”, “Zeus”, etc. We do not do mythology or astrology in our house, and I really did not appreciate having to explain these things that were introduced to my daughter. For a work-around, you can hide these words during an individual session, but this is kind of a pain because you have to reset the hidden settings every single time that you play. And my daughter initiates use of this app on her own and does not activate the custom list. If there were a way to permanently delete select cards, or at the very least have them not show up by default, then this app would be a five-star app! Until then though, it gets an "OK" rating as I would only recommend this for select audiences. A final note: I made this mistake-- if you upgrade to pro in the app, you are NOT getting the full pro version. If you want the full pro version, you have to get the actual pro app, which is a seperate purchase. UPDATE: It was pointed out to me by one of the developers that the content of the actual pro app is the same as the content in the upgrade to pro in the original version. The difference is that the original version does not have the "pro" in the logo in the bottom corner and the original version is not able to be upgraded to the bundle in iTunes. So if you like the free version of the app and are considering upgrading, my recommendation is not to buy the upgrade to pro in the original version but to buy the stand alone pro app so that you don't run into any issues. And if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the support staff. They care deeply about putting together a quality app and are very responsive.
  • M
    This App is incredible! We were looking around for top rated apps and accidentally stumbled onto this one. Our son has barely spoken any intelligible words, he's going on four, and this app helped engage him immediately. I yelled for my husband to see what was happening before my eyes, because it was amazing to hear him talk. I started off with the letter "P" and he was having so much fun with the way the app was set up. You see the picture, it enunciates the word, and your child has to say it before swiping it. It was almost like a really fun game to him and we got some shockingly amazing results. I kinda exhausted the app with he and his brother, gave them treats and they asked for it as a reward. Um, no complaints here!
  • Mi
    Mark in SLC
    How can i buy games for myself and not spend $8 to help my kid? Her school actually introduced her to the app during her speech therapy session. As a developer myself, I am familiar with the lead-developers of this app through the app community so I didn’t hesitate to buy this app when my kid started speech. The key feature I like is documentation. It is not just an app they mess around with. It allows me to track progress and share that progress with the teacher at school. If your kids’ speech therapist isn’t using this app(or the full-paid version) how are they communicating progress/challenges to you? Insist your school get this, then you download the free one and buy the packages you need.

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