"It was important that the application worked on tablets and mobile devices because my nephew doesn’t have access to a computer. I wanted to be able to see what he was thinking and make suggestions without struggling to explain it or have him wave the tablet around to show me. The first version of tumble together just let you drag parts into a grid that was shared with the other person. After adding a few more features it became clear it could be useful to others, so I polished it up and made it so lots of people could use it at once. Being able to see changes made by the other person in real time seems like something that would be really useful in schools, especially with the world in it’s current state and kids learning from home."
There is much to be learned in essential life skills and there couldn’t be a better time than now to include those kids or students in the process instead of trying to spin all the plates at once. So here are some ideas to give you some inspiration and keep those kids busy during this time. Most do not require a lot of parental involvement!