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iPad apps for special needs kids

4:43 PM, Feb. 21, 2013
Innovative Mobile Apps offers 'Touch and Learn - Emotions' for free to help kids learn to read other people's facial expressions. (Gannett/File)
Innovative Mobile Apps offers 'Touch and Learn - Emotions' for free to help kids learn to read other people's facial expressions. (Gannett/File)
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The iPad can be an effective tool to help many kids with learning differences or special needs.

Here are some of the top special needs apps that help build skills -- from identifying emotions to communicating to practicing social and perceptual skills to recognizing word reversals and more.Touch and Learn - Emotions

From Innovative Mobile Apps, best for ages 3-up, Free, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch ...

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