TinyTap Pro Games: Sell and Share the Activities You Create

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TinyTap Pro games are activities created by experienced teachers that are sold on the TinyTap market. When you sell an activity on TinyTap, you share 50% of subscription revenue from TinyTap Pro.   Of course, the choice to sell an activity or share it for free will always be the teacher’s. To submit your activity for sale, click on the Sell Game button on the game’s preview page.   Sell TinyTap Games   You can share TinyTap Pro games you … Read More

Introducing TinyTap Courses


Combine lessons to teach comprehensively and promote mastery of knowledge                                     Create comprehensive learning units for students by leveraging TinyTap lessons and games. With TinyTap Courses, teachers can design lesson plans to ensure student comprehension and mastery of knowledge.   Ensure Subject Mastery with Score Thresholds Student understanding can be fully measured because they are only able to proceed to the next game … Read More

How to Create Captivating Images for Your TinyTap Activities

Creating images

By Moses Sia   One concern when introducing screens in learning is that young learners will lose touch with real things and only deal with the virtual and digital. The two are not mutually exclusive. Instead, when paired well, digital tools enrich the learning experience.   Using TinyTap, instead of using digital illustrations, I have used sketches, collages and real objects.     I have attempted to create a sample of what it might look like in An ABC Meal, a … Read More

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Summer Break: Getting the Most Out of Your Time Off

By Ellen Weber   The school year is winding down for most of us, and we are desperately in need of some time to RR&R (rest, relax, and recharge). And yet, don’t we always feel guilty if we spend the entire summer relaxing? While the rest and relaxation are no problem, how do we recharge and get re-motivated for the new school year? After 40 years of teaching, I’ve hit upon a strategy that works for me – spend the summer doing something … Read More