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Silent B’s

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

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A Little Magic

TinyTap has a new feature called Houdini! Unlike the other activity features, Houdini allows you to add interactivity to the images you use. You could make images appear or disappear and for animated gifs, start, stop or loop the animation … Continue reading

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Finding Duckie

http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g27cg/play/find-duckie I was amused by how a fellow TinyTapper used the Shape Puzzle feature and went about creating this hide-and-seek story like those books with flip-up windows. As always, the creating process was fun. The illustrations were created using the … Continue reading

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Can TinyTap be used for learning sentence structure? Yes, there are so many ways and they can be sequenced such as to scaffold the learning. That was my ambitious attempt in my latest creation. http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g219i/play/ambitions First, using the Shape Puzzle … Continue reading

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TinyTap – I really like this iPad app and have seen how powerfully it can be used for learners of all ages. Enjoy this video that shows a little about the genesis of this app and how it is being … Continue reading

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Game Creation

We enjoy playing games, maybe not all games, but generally, games are meant to be fun and playful. When we get to create the games, including role-plays like masak-masak, the process of inventing the rules and form of the game … Continue reading

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