Sunday, October 28, 2012

Appy-Picking Month: Pepi Bath Lite

Pepi Bath Lite (free) is a fun little app that can be used for sequencing skills.  You can choose a boy or girl character and bring them through the steps of doing their laundry or getting ready at the sink in the morning.  Be aware that the kids disrobe to their undies, so if you have a student that can't handle that, you might want to avoid it! That said, I think the free version is also better than the paid, which incorporates a toileting scene. Not something I would want to work on. I have a number of kids that repeatedly would ask for this app and wouldn't go too out of control with the bath context.

Common Core Connection:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.K.4 Describe familiar people, places, things, and events and, with prompting and support, provide additional detail.


  1. I love the full version specifically for the toileting scene. Despite that fact that they throw the toilet paper in the trash, this is something that most of my young kids are really interested in. It usually provokes a LOT of language just because it's so unusual and kids love to talk about poop and pee!