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Read, play, and record your own stories!  

An engaging interactive story and early geometry game, which will help your child learn about shapes and develop their spatial thinking skills! 
 
The story and mini games in the app are designed and written by Professor Herbert Ginsburg from Columbia University’s Teachers College and edited by Emmy-award winning writer Jill Turner, the former writer of many of your favorite children’s shows such as Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and The Good Night Show. 
 
In the playground you can play with the characters, dress them up with various fun  costumes, decorate the scene, and record your own stories, or read the original story with their customized characters! 

 

[Tiggly Shape's Got Talent] reduces math anxiety through interactive apps and toys, making key STEM subjects accessible for kids
@KIDOZ
A fab collaboration of theory & practice of Dr. Herb Ginsburg from TeachersCollege & Tiggly
Shuli Gilutz, PhD

Tips & Highlights

Learn about shapes geometric properties through their personalities! Circle is sad because he has no points and sides; triangle is tough because he has his big family behind him, square think she's perfect because she has four corners and four equal sides.
Star will present various challenges such as finding the perfect shape to make a seasaw out of a plank of wood and it’s up to you to decide which shape should win the trophy! You are in charge of choosing the shapes that will participate in each of the challenges.
In the playground you can play with the characters, dress them up with various fun costumes, decorate the scene, and record your own stories, or read the original story with their customized characters!
Record your own voice reading the story to your child, or even better, have the whole family come together and act as the shapes! The app highlights word by word as the you read the story helping you to align all the animations with your recording!