Here are a few ways I have used it!
1. Decide who will go first during a game.
2. Articulation: Each child says a word from their card deck and then put their finger on Tap Roulette. The student who wins gets one point.
3. Language: Students answer questions and if they complete it correctly they earn a chance play Tap Roulette. The student who wins earns one point!
It’s a perfect app to use when you have an extra 5 minutes at the end of a session and is ideal for the busy SLP in the schools! Do you have any other ideas for Tap Roulette?
Jenna Rayburn, MA, CCC-SLP, is a school based speech-language pathologist. She blogs at Speech Room News. You can find her permanently connected to her iPhone and therefore social media at Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter!