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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5 simple tips for creating a stunning lesson on TinyTap

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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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National Stop Bullying Day

National Stop  Bullying Day

National Stop Bullying Day is coming up on October 14th – here are some ideas on how to bring awareness and compassion into your classroom using TinyTap!    Ellen Weber‘s TinyTap game based on Maria Dismondy’s award-winning book The Juice Box Bully encourages students to take a proactive stand against bullying. The lesson includes a vocabulary soundboard, narrative elements exercises, plus an extension activity allowing students to share their own experiences with bullying.     Red Chair Press‘ dedicates two of … Read More

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