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What’s Missing? - My kid invented this fun game where you need to memorize a bunch of stuff, close your eyes, the hider (you or the child) will take out one item and the finder needs to say what‘s missing. It was so fun that I’ve made this TinyTap version of it. If you do play it at home, please let me know in the comments! #work #memory
Itamar’s 2nd Game - Itamar is playing TinyTap since age 2, he’s now 4 and ready to give back - he’s now creating he’s own games! He’s always adding new screens, so come back to check his updates. The 1st game he made was accidentally deleted, so learn from our mistakes and always upload the games you make!
Chimp Test (Ayumu) - As part of the Ai Project, Ayumu, a Chimp born in 2000 outperformed adult humans in short term Memory tests. This game is an homage to that experience, give your memory a test! The Ai Project is an ongoing research effort aimed at understandinchimpanzee cognition. led by Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Japan.
TinyTap - Meet The Team - Hi, in a few days, everyone on TinyTap will be able to add GIF ANIMATIONS to their activities! It's fun, cool and helps explain concepts with motion - hugs, smiling, running and more. Here's a quick taste of how animations look like on TinyTap and an introduction to the TinyTap Team!
Avoid The Word 'Very' - 'Very' is the most useless word in the English language, it is treacherous because it invariably weakens what it is intended to strengthen. ~Florence King So avoid using the word ‘very’ because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Here are 45 ways to avoid it! Cheat sheet - http://writerswrite.co.za/45-ways-to-avoid-using-the-word-very #writing #English
Visual Memory - Grid - Take this quick test to see how well can your mind remember visual changes. In each screen you'll see a grid with a colored circle, in the next page you'll need to tap on where you think the circle appeared before. As you play the grids will scale, go! #mind #visual