Student Sign In is Easier than Ever with QR Code Login

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Get your students quickly signed into their own accounts and playing lessons with QR Login. It is not easy for younger students to remember usernames and passwords. And, logging into accounts for an entire class should be fast and easy for teachers.   To make it easy for them to sign into their own accounts, TinyTap generates a unique QR code for each student’s account.  Now they can focus their time on completing assignments, mastering tests and creating their own … Read More

Introducing Talk or Type

Talk or Type

Create voice-based activities with immediate feedback that empowers students to engage and learn     Introducing Talk or Type, a new feature that enables students to answer text based questions through speech. We have updated our Tap n’ Type feature to allow students to answer based on their learning styles and writing abilities.   Writing an answer is not always ideal for all students. Many are still learning how to write and those new to a language are discovering new … Read More

6 Ways to Create Puzzles in TinyTap

Creating puzzles with TinyTap

By Ellen Weber   So often we think of puzzles as just a game to play, or something to keep the kids busy for a little while, but did you know that puzzles play an important role in a child’s development? Some of the skills they learn through puzzles include fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, visual perception, spatial orientation/directionality, language skills (such as using descriptive vocabulary and following directions), problem-solving, understanding part-whole relationships, attention/concentration, and memory, as well as character … Read More

Celebrate National Crossword Puzzle Day with Tap n’ Type

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By Ellen Weber   December 21st is officially National Crossword Puzzle Day! Why not take this opportunity to add crosswords to your classroom arsenal?   With TinyTap’s newest feature Tap n’ Type, it’s easy to create customized crossword puzzles to practice spelling words, reinforce vocabulary, teach understanding of visual and verbal directions, add fun to literacy centers, create cooperative group projects, or substitute an interactive game for the same old boring paper-and-pencil homework.   Here’s how in 4 steps, so easy even your students … Read More