16 ways to use TinyTap in 2016

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

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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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National Make a Difference Day

In honor of National Make a Difference Day, Ellen Weber, EdS, CCC-SLP, shares how TinyTap has made a difference in her students’ lives.   As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I work with special needs students who struggle daily to make even minimal progress learning. They often feel like they are failures at everything, and more often than not will eventually quit trying. They are teased and called “stupid” by their peers, and often go home to a family who considers them just “lazy”. Because of … Read More

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TinyTap Wins $1M in Verizon Prize for Education

Verizon Powerful Answers Award

This blog post is dedicated to the TinyTap community for their unconditional support and teaching us more than we could ever hope to learn, and to Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam, for believing that great ideas can change the world and that we could become one of them.     The only thing better than coming up with an innovative idea, is being given the opportunity to make it a reality.   On January 8th, 2014, TinyTap was announced the first … Read More

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Small Stature, BIG Imagination: 3 Kids to Follow on TinyTap

For us, it is truly exciting to see such a melange of cultures, ages, nationalities, and educational backgrounds converge and create on our app. So, we decided to highlight some of the youngest and most creative individuals of our inventive game designing community, the kids themselves.   Today, we take a look at three special creators, Emilie Melnyk, Makenzie Mathews, and Nada Alalawi. Stay tuned for our next post to meet more brilliant tiny minds!     Emilie Melynk Whether … Read More

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Congratulations, Your App is on the App Store! Now Go Promote It!

It’s an amazing feeling to have your content published as an app, and more so a kids app that will be seen by millions on the App Store.   But then comes the tricky part – getting people to notice it among the more than one million apps available on the App Store today.   We already love your game, but we want others to love it too! So here are some simple marketing tips to help you get started. … Read More

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