TinyTap partners with acclaimed publishing company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

HMH

From the makers of Curious George – meet The Learning Company’s “Little Books” app series For over 30 years, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s The Learning Company® has engaged learners young and old with entertaining, educational games and books. The publishing house has produced such classics as Carmen Sandiego™, Oregon Trail®, and Curious George®.     Most recently, The Learning Company published The Little Box board book series – the perfect starter set for young readers. All the books are written by … Read More

category: Children's Authors, News, Uncategorized
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Lights, Camera, ACTION! Add video to your TinyTap learning app!

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A learning app is only as valuable as it’s ability to engage students. So we are proud to announce that TinyTap’s newest version allows authors to reel players in with a feature more dynamic than ever: video. Now app creators can use content from YouTube to teach their lesson and then reinforce the material with intermittent activities, like questions and puzzles. Easier for educators, more stimulating for students … What are you waiting for? Create a learning app with video … Read More

category: Guide, How To, New features, News, Video
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Job Opening – Marketing Manager

  TinyTap is looking for a Marketing Manager with at least one year experience at a startup, Native Level English and an outgoing personality. Please don’t apply if this isn’t you.   This is your chance to be an intricate part of one of the most exciting educational startups in the world and a recent $1M first prize winner for the most Powerful Answer in education from Verizon.       What we’re looking for We are looking for a creative … Read More

4 Reasons Why TinyTap’s New Jump Feature is So Awesome!

There is something that never ceases to surprise us here at TinyTap – people’s endless imagination.   Everyday we have the pleasure of seeing how creative one person can be when given a few simple tools – we find the pink tiara in a game created by a 3 year old girl, learn sign language thanks to a teacher that created a game for her students, we meet family members of people around the world and their favorite hobbies.   … Read More