Past Tense with Splingo

Past Tense with Splingo

Available for mobile and tablet devices too!

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Encourage engagement with language structures

Created by Speech-Language Therapists/Pathologists with over 35 years of clinical experience, Past Tense with Splingo targets teaching of past tense verb structure.

Past Tense with Splingo embraces children’s natural fascination with technology and encourages engagement with language activities, allowing you to target specific language structures such as Past Tenses that can be difficult to address in play.

Over 60 verbs with regular and irregular past tense endings

Over 60 verbs with regular and irregular past tense endings can be taught and reinforced through bright colourful images and entertaining gameplay. Splingo apps also have built-in, motivating reward games to encourage engagement. The reward game for Past Tense with Splingo invites children to create and build alien friends for Splingo!

The app is fully customisable, enabling you to select specific verbs to target in therapy and teaching. The app also has the option to select between US voice and UK voice and also has a ‘Voice Record’ function that encourages children to practice using their own expressive language.

Features

  • Over 60 high-frequency verbs to select from

  • Targets irregular and regular verbs

  • Beautiful, high-quality images

  • Voice Record and Playback feature for monitoring children’s responses

  • Exciting and entertaining reward game to maintain children’s interest

  • Save games and return later

  • Pause option

  • US and UK options based on educational vocabulary

“The children all love Splingo…especially the encouraging words (yep,yep,yep, ooh whoo etc!)
and the rocket! The pace is great for speech/language delayed children.”
Speech and Language Pathologist
“I thought it was great and the best app yet that I have come across for dealing with all the concepts that are facing him currently, e.g. Listening skills, memory skills etc.”
Parent of a child with Downs Syndrome