Tinytapps Blog

Informative articles on Early Learning and Children's Education

Tinytapps software selected in the Edugild acceleration program

We are excited to be a part of Edugild, a MIT initiative which focusses on Edtech startups and provides them business acceleration services. Being an Edtech company, its feels great to be part of Edugild - who run a very strong acceleration program. The quality of...

Tinytapps speaks in the Startup Summit by Franchise India

Tinytapps software presented in the Startup Summit held in the westin Pune.Varsha Shinde from Tinytapps presented to an audience interested in learning about the latest trends in Education. The Weetablet was mentioned in this conference and gathered a lot of interest...

Helping Your Child Build a Strong Vocabulary

At 16-18 months, when children begin amassing vocabulary, word learning is significantly affected by economic background. The first words your child learns will almost certainly be labels-nouns, animals, or other things he encounters in his world. At 18 months, though...

The “Magic Years” for your child’s growth and its importance

By age 3, trends in the amount of talk, vocabulary growth, and style of interaction are well established and suggest widening gaps. An important stage of childhood this is, the three to four year old. If your child is not very talkative, that will likely change soon....

Early Child Development

Children’s academic successes at the age 9 and 10 can be attributed to the amount of talk they hear from birth through age 3-5. The birth of your child is the most fascinating experience of your life. It’s amazing how your baby starts adapting to you and their...

Bridging Parent Child difference

While parents have the most loving intentions for their kids, they tend to view them as mini-me’s. And carbon copies of them. But in reality, biological children do share mom and dads, DNA; this doesn’t guarantee they’ll share the same traits, interests or...

Christmas activities for Kids!

It’s the magic of this season that enlightens our world. We all look forward to this time of the year, when we can teach our kids a lot about traditions and culture. The experience they get during this festive season is definitely going to add to their insight. During...

Let your kids take the rein!

Remember your childhood and recollect the confidence you got when you completed a project on your own. Or the happiness that engulfed you when your efforts were appreciated. Let your kids take the reins. Simply pay attention to what your kid is interested in each day....

Routines and Schedules

Procedure carried out on a regular basis, one that is unvarying is ‘routine’. Routines are often followed in order to achieve results. Then the question arises “why do kids need routines and structure’? Because routines give them a sense of security and help them...

The Importance of Music in Early Childhood

Think about the ABC song! Why do we start off with kids learning their alphabets in the form of a song? Music is a language, and children learn languages easily. When children learn melodic and rhythmic patterns, it develops their memory. Music helps develop the left...

How can you support your child’s healthy, overall growth?

The baby passing a rattle from one hand to the other, is it learning or just playing? When we see children building with blocks, pretending to be airplanes, learning to skip rope, we’re apt to think, in our mixed-up adult minds that these are just amusements, quite...

Early Learning and Development

Discover how children are learning all skills they need to be successful in school, starting from birth. Yes, we all know more than we think we do, but knowledge is never complete. There is always more to learn, with every new day that comes. And when it comes to...

The i-phone Revolution

The digital revolution has hit pre-school, with iPads becoming a top learning tool for three and four-year-olds. Kindergartens are complementing crayons and finger paints with iPads. These electronic tablets help children develop important skills. We know that...