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One of the powerful uses of TinyTap is for the learners to create a game as part of their learning process. One of my first few ideas which was tried with a class of preschooler has been made into this … Continue reading
This is probably one of the fastest I have ever been in creating a new TinyTap resource. Here’s my retelling of the famous fairy tale Nightingale. http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g2nts/play/nightingale The text was written in rhyme (call me crazy) and then I created … Continue reading
I am working on a self-published digital picture book that has to do with the colourful dessert Bobo Chacha and wanted to include a recipe at the end of it. My friend Chris is a wonderful cook, so who better … Continue reading
It has been something on my mind for a while to do and finally got round too. Talking through some of the few old photos that my dad has with him. The Say Something and Sound Board features of TinyTap … Continue reading
Last Friday, I was able to spend an hour with some senior friends at an activity centre in Ang Mo Kio. As we had only 1 iPad to work with, we created a TinyTap game collectively with a focus on … Continue reading
Here’s my latest TinyTap story-game http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g2f7a/silent-bs Introducing some words ending with silent b’s through this baby brother adventure story. I have used the Houdini effect so that if the reader taps on those words while reading, a bee would appear. … Continue reading