New Ways to Play and Learn with the iPad: Interactive Play with Offscreen Manipulatives
Tiggly was featured in DISKoveries article which appeared in Closing The Gap, August/September 2015 issue. Click here for the original article.
Tiggly was described as one of two products that have taken the iPad to the next step – "children can now interact with their iPads, individually and/or in groups, by using and manipulating related physical objects – shapes, number lines, puzzle pieces, letters and more. Great for language learning, fine motor skills, visual spatial abilities, literacy, creative thinking and problem solving, as well as cooperative and/or competitive."