NEW! Trace2Learn Letters iPad App
Check out our new iPad app, Trace2Learn Letters...the perfect companion to the TacScreen product line.
Parents and children will be excited and encouraged to practice upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet, along with long and short vowel sounds by an intuitive sequence of letter tracing along with proper pronunciation, cheerful sounds, corresponding vivid images, and rewarding incentives targeting hands-on early learners.
Professionals Support TacScreen
TacScreen completes my multi-sensory tool kit.
"Every child using an iPad for education, whether they have a LEARNING DIFFERENCE or not, needs this screen!"
Vivian Morgan, Los Angeles County School District
TacScreen at Home
Remove frustration from learning the fundamentals.
"The tactile surface of TacScreen used in conjunction with word-tracing apps, has helped my 7-year old daughter prepare for upcoming spelling tests. The words are imprinted on her brain before we begin to study. Brilliant!"
Elizabeth Woo, Mom
TacScreen in the Classroom.
My students always gravitate to the iPad with the TacScreen on it.
"TacScreen completes the multi-sensory circle for teachers and parents using learning apps for educational development."
Amy McAfee, Director Curriculum & Learning
In the News
October 10, 2019 - TacScreen was featured on Central Valley Today. Please enjoy this interview to meet the makers and learn the story of the TacSreen!
"When I realized that my child was struggling I was terrified..."
Hi, my name is Susan. I'm a wife, a mother of 3 inspiring children, and the creator of TacScreen. I am also dyslexic! Gasp...no worries..all that really means is that I learn differently!
Here is the story of how I stumbled upon the need for a tactile iPad surface for learning...
TacScreen named “Current Obsession”
“Obsession is an understatement! It’s hard to describe just how awesome this product is.”
“The tactile experience that this screen brings to learning apps in amazing. It revolutionizes the”sand writing” strategy used in many interventions.”