Supporting communication & language development
Widgit Go is a multi use iOS app that can be used as a simple symbol-based AAC communicator or as a tool to develop learning and language skills.Visit AppStore
AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication)
Set up grids with custom vocabulary to allow users to communicate needs and wants independently.
Grids with text-to-speech allow users to independently access traditional stories and encourage enjoyment of literature.
Support Topic Work
Ready-made resources can support users to structure and give them the ability to produce written material on a given topic.
Develop grammar and sentence construction skills with colourful semantics grids.
I am 36 years old and I have autism. Symbols are awesome. They break down barriers and promote inclusion and independence. I can talk, verbalise my thoughts and feelings to some extent with speech but symbols make it easier and clearer to others. I am proud to be a symbol user. I am proud to have a voice of my own. Thank you Alex
Backup and Share
Back up or share your Widgit Go grids and activities using Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive or your Widgit Online account.
Ways to Buy
Volume Purchase Programme for Education
Widgit Go is available on the Volume Purchase Programme which allows educational institutions to purchase apps and books in volume and distribute them to students, teachers, administrators, and other employees. The programme also allows app developers to offer special pricing for purchases of 20 apps or more.
Additional symbol databases and text-to-speech voices available to add to Widgit Go:
Sex-ed and adult vocabulary symbols to add to the Widgit set.
Widgit Health Symbols
A collection of symbols specifically designed for use in healthcare settings.
French Language Add-On
The Widgit symbols in French to support MFL teaching.
Spanish Language Add-On
The Widgit symbols in Spanish to support MFL teaching.
Additional activities that you can add to Widgit Go:
This activity can be used to play the game 'Simon says'. The grid in this activity includes the announcement 'Simon says' as well as actions that can be used to play.
This activity is to support the teaching and learning of fractions. The flashcards use symbols to illustrate different fractions and the other grids test the user's understanding of shape fractions and equivalent fractions.
Getting Up Sequence
This is an activity for sequencing the daily morning routine. Users can use the grid to build up sentences in the document bar about what they do when they get up in the morning.
This is an activity for exploring knowledge of animals and their classifications. The pack includes three activities: 'Which animals', 'What is it like', 'What is this animal'.
All About Me
A sequence of grids for writing about yourself, such as who you live with, how old you are and what you like to do. Edit the first screen to add appropriate names and personalise with a photo.
This activity features 12 different sentence building grids. The grids will support the user in forming sentences ranging from simple 'Subject, verb' sentences to more complex 'subject, verb, object' sentences.
This activity is for learning the alphabet. The initial grid features the entire alphabet. Each letter has three fun symbols to choose from.
For learning about rock features such as: colour, texture, uses and landscapes. There are also experiments for testing hardness, absorption and identifying different rock types.
Characteristics of Materials
Two activities for exploring knowledge about materials. The first activity at materials in common objects. The second matches materials with their characteristics and uses.
Two activities with an extensive range of fun rhyming words. Each section has a sequence of 10 rhyming games. Rhymes 1 contains simple vocabulary and Rhymes 2 contains higher level vocabulary.
Play the guessing game I Spy. With the initial grid say "I spy with my little eye" before choosing a letter. Each letter links to another grid featuring a range of common items beginning with the chosen letter.
What is it?
This extensive set of activities is for exploring everyday knowledge and understanding. Activities consist of questions with multiple answers. Perfect for early years or for use in special schools.