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The Bluebee App

Bluebee Pals app is an interactive app which brings your Bluebee Pal to life! No Bluebee Pal is needed to use the app or you can use your own Bluebee Pal. The app features activities of daily living like bathing, brushing teeth and washing hands this app can also be used to help your children understand the steps necessary to complete tasks.

The app features four rooms each with specific tasks: living room where you can tap on objects to hear their names; kitchen where you can eat a meal or have a snack; bedroom where your Bluebee takes off their shoes and goes to sleep; bathroom where your Bluebee Pal takes a shower, dries off, brushes their teeth and more!

The playroom has fun educational games including ABC’s, puzzles, building a robot, racing cars, find your Bluebee, matching colors and more! In a parental gated area there are access to suggested apps to use with your Bluebee Pal, resources on ways to use your Bluebee Pal with your children, app reviews and more. App encourages role play, use of imagination and allows kids to explore with no time limits!

To download the free Bluebee Pal app, click here.

To learn more about the app, click here.

I created a document with a list of speech and language goals and how to incorporate this app during speech and language sessions. To learn more, look at this document below!

10 Speech and Language Goals when using the Bluebee App

Teletherapy and the Bluebee Pals App

Many people ask me how to connect their iPad to their computer. There are several ways to do this!

I found the easiest way via an app called Smart Mirror. With this paid app, I can mirror my iPad in any virtual platform. 

The Bluebee App is fun and interactive and wonderful, which is ideal for teletherapy. Here are some tips:

  1. Have your mirroring up and ready for screen share.
  2. Begin by choosing a Bluebee Pal. This is a perfect opportunity for your child/student to either use their speech and/or AAC communication device.
  3. Enter your name! Ask your child/student either spell their name (great literacy opportunity) via verbalization or their AAC communication system. 
  4. Choose your favorite color. Worked on creating sentences by modeling, “My favorite color is _____.” This is also an opportunity for choice making and commenting.
  5. What activity will you begin with? I use annotation via zoom to circle choices. If you are using google meet, you can go through the choices verbally. I use custom cursor (free as add-on) which can also be very helpful!
  6. Then choose a room for your daily activity. Since you are mirroring the screen, your child/student will have either verbalize the room they want or use their talker to tell you. When in the room, encourage your child/student to communicate different actions such as “open”, “get up”, “close”, “eat”, “drink”, etc. 
  7. Play the games on Bluebee app! There are so many ways to play this via teletherapy. For example, in one game you need to “find the bluebee pal”. This can be a great way to work on language that describes where Bluebee is such as “next to”, “up”, “down”, etc.  

 

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