November 16, 2017 by Sara Distin
We know expressing gratitude has many benefits for our well-being. But, it’s not something that always comes easily to kids. Here are 20 questions to spark conversations about it every day.
November 9, 2017 by Tinybop
Head’s up! Me: A Kid’s Diary by Tinybop (the app formerly known as Me by Tinybop) has a new name, new icon, and new features.
November 7, 2017 by Tinybop
As our favorite astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson says, all kids are natural born scientists; they learn by digging holes in the ground and picking up rocks to see what’s under them.
October 25, 2017 by Sara Distin
Due to popular demand, we just released an update to The Creature Garden with a plethora of new parts to make a dream menagerie with!
October 12, 2017 by Sara Distin
The Human Body app lets kids see what’s under their skin — what’s otherwise invisible to them. This knowledge can alleviate fear and empower kids — whether or not they’re feeling well.
September 28, 2017 by Sara Distin
We’ve been working on something especially for teachers and students: Tinybop Schools brings our Explorer’s Library apps to the web, for classroom use, on any computer or device.
July 31, 2017 by Jessie Sattler
On August 21, all of North America will witness one of the most anticipated celestial events of our time. The moon will pass between the Earth and the sun, blocking the light of the sun, creating a solar eclipse.
June 15, 2017 by Sara Distin
In our new app, The Creature Garden, kids can create wonderful, incredible, fantastical creatures.
June 14, 2017 by Maayan Eldar
We talked to Natasha Durley, an illustrator and the artist behind The Creature Garden, to ask her some questions about her process and inspirations for designing the app. Here’s what we found out.
May 18, 2017 by Sara Distin
Tinybop apps are now on Google Play! Explore the invisible and awesome wonders of our world in Skyscrapers, Simple Machines, The Earth, Homes, and Weather.