How to Create Captivating Images for Your TinyTap Activities

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

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16 ways to use TinyTap in 2016

TinyTap’s 2016 New Year’s Resolution is to empower educators of all subjects & all languages.  

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Creation Inspiration: Hour of Code

Computer Science Education Week starts today! Join tens of millions of students in 180+ countries around the world and spend 1 hour with code. This brief introduction to computer science is designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.   Creating with TinyTap is a soft introduction to Computer Science. It familiarizes students with the concept of mobile app development, fosters their creativity, and hones their design skills – all in an unintimidating and user-friendly app. … Read More

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Creation Inspiration: Family Tree

  Make the most of family time this holiday season and create a TinyTap game about your family tree. Research your roots, create a digital family tree, and share it with your family for everyone to cherish. Holidays are the perfect opportunities to record interviews with relatives, scan those old photos you’ve been meaning to digitize, and preserve your family’s history.   Pro tip: Help your ancestors jump off the proverbial page by using TinyTap’s “jump feature” – link each name or photo … Read More

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Introducing Tap n’ Type

Tap n' Type

Introducing “Tap n’ Type,” a new feature from TinyTap for creating text based activities and letting your students fill-in the blanks!   Text input rounds out TinyTap’s menu of interactive features, which already includes Reading, Soundboard, Ask a Question, Puzzle, and Video. While these features have already empowered thousands of teachers from around the world to make stunning interactive lessons, now teachers will be able to create language lessons with translation exercises, spelling bees, math equations, scientific diagrams, memorization quizzes, riddles, and more. … Read More

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