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AM569 TeachMe: Kindergarten app

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Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing, or other special needs!

If you’re searching for an educational, fun app for your kindergartner, check out TeachMe: Kindergarten.  There are six different age-appropriate subjects that TeachMe: Kindergarten teaches to kindergarten-aged children: sight words, addition, subtraction, spelling, and writing letters and numbers.  Subjects align with the US common core standards enabling parents and children to practice relevant curriculum-based topics while achieving rewards.

The app uses colorful graphics, cheerful characters, and playful animations to keep kids entertained while they learn. Through games, quizzes, and other interactive elements, TeachMe: Kindergarten introduces essential concepts in a way that resonates with young learners.  By offering a well-rounded curriculum, TeachMe: Kindergarten ensures that kids develop a diverse set of skills that will serve them well as they progress through their education.

There are no in-app advertisements or in-app purchases in the app. The application plays in landscape mode and is suitable for both iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices.  

Other features include:

  •  6 different sticker reward scenes: farm, beach, underwater reef, pirate cove, city, playground
    • Over 150 different stickers to add to scenes
  • Save learning information for up to 40 students

  • Select which subjects are displayed for each student

Click the App Store to learn more!

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I’d like to take a moment to thank InTRAC, the Indiana Telephone Relay Access Corporation for sponsoring our transcript today.  You can find out more about InTRAC at

That was your Accessibility Minute for this week! I’m —— filling in for Laura Medcalf with the INDATA Project at Easterseals Crossroads, in Indiana.

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