Speak Eazy Apps has created a fun app called Feed Maxi featuring an interactive monkey to help teach food vocabulary and following simple directions. Cute animations and encouraging comments keep the students engaged. Maxi requests the food item that he would like using speech and simple sign language gestures (ASL). Three levels are offered with this app; Easy (field of 1), Moderate (field of 2) and Difficult (field of 3). After eight opportunities of feeding Maxi, a balloon popping reward page appears. This reward page reinforces what the child has learned by verbally identifying each item as the balloons are popped. The OPTIONS button allows for creating a user account for up to five children. There are five food categories (fruit, grains-misc, protein, vegetables, and snacks) that can be customized within the settings option. Progress tracking data is collected for each session. Jackie Bryla is a school based SLPA in California. Her experience includes working with transitional kindergarten through high school age students as well as the functional skills population in the public schools. She regularly presents iPad Training for California State University Sacramento, American River College, and San Joaquin Delta College speech and language programs. Jackie is also the founder of act – Apps, Consulting, and Training. She is an app beta tester for educational app developers. Jackie is a board member of the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) and is an active CSHA District 2 Advisory Committee member in the Sacramento area. Jackie received the outstanding SLPA for CSHA in 2012.