Let’s discover the Coral Reef thanks to TINYBOP
Tinybop, maker of award-winning educational apps loved by millions of kids around the world, has launched Coral Reef on the App Store. It is the tenth app in Tinybop’s STEM series for young scientists, The Explorer’s Library.
CORAL REEF immerses kids in a fascinating underwater world. In the app, kids can start a shark feeding frenzy, play hide and seek with octopuses, help sea turtles clean up, save crabs from punching shrimp, and more.
As they play and explore, kids learn about how sea creatures live together in an ecosystem.
The app features original artwork, by illustrator Wenjia Tang, that encourages kids’ natural fascination and curiosity by reacting dynamically to their touch with animations and sounds. Like all apps in Tinybop’s Explorer’s Library, Coral Reef is designed to foster science literacy and lifelong learning about the world. Playful exploration and learning is rewarded.
I’ve never met a kid who isn’t fascinated by the ocean and the life beneath its surface. Our hope is that by revealing the hidden relationships among reef creatures, we can introduce kids to ideas about the interconnectedness of all life on our planet, explains Raul Gutierrez, Tinybop’s CEO.
Parents and teachers are encouraged to join in on the fun and learning. To support kids’ inquiry, download The Coral Reef Handbook, a free, expert-reviewed companion to the app. The Coral Reef Handbook includes background information, discussion questions, and technology tips for grownups. It’s available here in 8 languages.
For more information, visit tinybop’s website.