See.Touch.Learn. (Free) Teachers can adopt these picture-based flashcards to accommodate students with a variety of disabilities. See.Touch.Learn. comes with a free set of images and lessons created by a certified assistant behavior analyst, but it also offers you the option to create your own decks or purchase additional decks inexpensively. Shape Builder ($0.99) This is my students’ favorite app! Shape Builder is a puzzle game that offers over a hundred simple jigsaw puzzles made up of 5-10 pieces that kids position to create objects. Not only can this app help calm students down, but it also trains them to identify letters and objects, develop fine motor control, transition to new activities, and even practice making sounds. Talking Tom Cat (Free) Kids tend to let their guard down and talk more when they’re having fun. This app, featuring a cat named Talking Tom who repeats the words spoken to him through the iDevice’s microphone, is not only charming and entertaining, but he also helps kids practice fluency, tone, and conversational skills. Do you have other tips about accessibility settings or app recommendations for those with special needs? Tweet them to me at @BeccaLudlum and I’ll add them to a roundup for iPhoneLife.com and credit you!