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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
I have had the privilege of conducting Game Enough to Learn workshops for preschool teachers who support children with their language learning. Beyond learning to use TinyTap, my hope is that they would feel more confident and bring their creativity … Continue reading
Trying out more of the Houdini magic on TinyTap in which animation can also be started on a tap. Spun this rather whimsical story which somehow still seem “educational” though I really just wanted to have some fun with it. … Continue reading
One of the concerns with the introduction of screens in learning is that the young ones will lose all touch with real things and only deal with the virtual and digital. The two are not mutually exclusive. Instead, when paired … Continue reading
I am experimenting with a mathematics-based story, and also included characters based on animals from southeast asia. http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g1ncz/play/party-hats Is the concept of addition too complex to introduce to the very young? Or is this too simple when it comes to … Continue reading
Can TinyTap be used for older learners? Why not? Take a look at what I have just created here: http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g1n9a/play/eye-aye Here is an example of what could have been created by an upper grade class. (Yes, not created for, but by the … Continue reading