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Susan Lowder
Susan Lowder • 1 year ago

PROVERBidioms ($0.00) The game contains hundreds of English sayings painted literally. See the pictures below to see what we mean! The aim of the game is to find as many of them as you can. Helpful alphabetical list of all the sayings to guide you. Gameplay is similar to ‘Where’s Waldo’, but much more mature (this is an adults game). Discover hundreds of humorous, bizarre, and sometimes risqué interpretations of everyday sayings hidden within four famous paintings by T. E. Breitenbach.

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PROVERBidioms ($0.00) Discover hundreds of humorous, bizarre, and sometimes risqué interpretations of everyday sayings hidden within 4 famous paintings by T. E. Breitenbach. Imagine a real case of “break the ice”, “cut the rug”, “cat got your tongue”, and “burning the candle at both ends”.

That Memory Game Free ($0.00) That Memory Game Free is the classic memory game specially designed for kids and parents. Tap cards to reveal the pictures and find the matching pairs. It's easy to learn and to play, but difficult to master.

The Urinal Game ($0.00) Yes - you read that right! Play a short game to test your men's room etiquette. This game has been all over the Internet since the 90s, and now you can play it on your iPhone! Hand your phone off to your friends to see if they can do as well as you. Watch the silly animation as you get questions right -- or wrong. Can be used to address a sensitive subject with boys. Recommended on speechieapps.com/...

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Knots ($0.00) Tie your fingers in knots with this classic iPhone game. When a spot appears, touch and hold until it disappears...and keep extra fingers at the ready! Or get your fingers intertwined in two player mode...

Say It Again! (Talking Tails brings to you an animated and educational variation of BINGO for articulation practice. Geared toward school-aged children with speech difficulties or typically-developing children for practice in saying their sounds. The /L/ word list (initial, medial and final) is included FREE with your purchase. Choose from 14 additional word lists (in-app purchases) and use them in EVERY word-oriented game produced by Talking Tails!

5 Dice: Order of Operations Game ($0.00) ★ Two Player Bluetooth Math Game! Use two devices and play against your classmates or parents ★ Higher order thinking game. ★ Progress reports can be sent to the teacher (making formative assessment easy) ★ A whiteboard build into the game to make a way for students to work out problems ★ Easy to extend beyond the one player game to a classroom setting. ★ Comes with printable game sheets, making preparation for lessons simple

English Idioms Illustrated ($0.00) What is the meaning behind English idioms, and where do they come from? Join Professor Potts to discover the secret history of more than 160 beautifully illustrated English idioms, from "Achilles’ heel" to "Wrong side of bed".

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Things That Go Together ($0.00) created using 200+ gorgeous pictures that are sure to keep kids interested and engaged. In this application, children will be presented with one or eight pairs of items and they have to figure out which items go together. The best way to play this game with a child is to sit down with them and have them explain to you the reason / thinking of why two items should go together.

Puppy Dog Fingers! with Augmented Reality FREE ($0.00) Puppy Dog Fingers! gives you a pack of cute cartoon puppies to play with, right in your pocket!! But better yet, it puts them all around you, all the time!! Using innovative Augmented Reality like you've never seen before, Puppy Dog Fingers puts dogs all around you, in the real world! YOU HAVE TO SEE IT TO BELIEVE IT! Hold your phone like you're taking a picture and look around, puppies are everywhere!!

Tap Roulette ($0.00) Tap Roulette is like drawing straws 2.0 Each friend puts a finger down on the screen and one will be selected. Use it to make decisions like who has to take out the garbage, or where to eat lunch. Up to five fingers are supported.