6 Ways to Brighten Your Holidays with TinyTap

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By Ellen Weber   Whether you are looking for a different kind of gift, a way to express your own passions, a new interactive lesson for your class, or a unique way to impress someone, TinyTap can fit the bill! Here are six ways TinyTap can fulfill some of your holiday needs.   1. Collect favorite holiday recipes from friends, family, or co-workers, and create a holiday cookbook to share with everyone on your gift list.   2. Gather old family … Read More

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Creation Inspiration: Family Tree

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  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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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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Weekly Creation Theme: Halloween

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Few holidays are as exciting for kids as Halloween! The costumes, decorations – and the sugar – give them such a rush! Use this time of year to your advantage and engage your students by creating TinyTap games about Halloween. Here are a few ideas:   Take your players through a haunted house, where each tap on the soundboard will lead them into a different spooky room, dark hallway, or creaky staircase Review safety tips for trick-or-treating Make a math … Read More

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