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TinyTap’s New Challenge Games for Students

February 25, 2015

TinyTap is a fantastic free app for tablets that has a new Challenge Mode.  Just like your students’ favorite games and quizzes it includes leaderboards, time limits, and lives.  They have a demo game to try and a collection of trivia games on their site that can inspire teachers as they create activities for students. There is a new challenge games for students from the folks at TinyTap.

Challenge Games for Students

TinyTap’s New Challenge Games for Students

In Challenge Mode, TinyTap users can create lots of different type of games, this includes:

  • Class Quiz – Create timed quizzes with scores and winners. Suitable for both take-home tests and class-wide game shows.
  • Study Prep – Replace tattered 3×5 index cards with a more exciting way to drill in the material. Especially helpful for vocabulary, geography, and math concepts.
  • Trivia – Stump friends, family, and fellow students with DIY trivia contests about any subject you choose! Older students can even invite their Facebook following to take on a challenge.

I love how TinyTap’s interactive features promote student engagement and get kids thinking.  Download the free app or check out their site to learn more!

Take a look at the blog for more favorites.

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