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ToonSpaghetti featured as Edtech tool of the month
25 September 2015

Online Educa, the technology news hub which reports on “best practices in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for education all over the world” has just featured ToonSpaghetti Movie Maker for Kids: Music Play as the Edtech tool of the month!

“The app’s benefits are manifold; helping children interpret moods and emotions, build descriptive vocabulary, understand language and story structure, engage with audiences and develop social media based communication skills.” says Online Educa, “By mixing enjoyment with serious learning, the TechSpaghetti team look set to continue to ride the wave of success, and make valuable contributions to e-learning’s continually evolving gaming revolution in the years to come.”

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Update – featured worldwide, ranked top five and climbing!!!

5 September 2015

The TechSpaghetti team would like to thank all the parents and educators who have made contact and provided amazing reviews in the past 48 hours. Extra special thanks go out to the teachers and kids at Berlin Metropolitan School for their continued support and encouragement.

TechSpaghetti was founded in 2014 to bring primary school teacher Leah Hinton’s Spaghetti Sense learning method to elementary aged children worldwide. With the first app in the ToonSpaghetti series available free in English, French, Spanish and German, Hinton’s vision for kids’ creative thinking education is quickly becoming a reality.

ToonSpaghetti Movie Maker for Kids: Music Play is now available in the Apple App Store: itms://

ToonSpaghetti is born!

3 September 2015

TechSpaghetti are excited to announce the release of the first app in their ToonSpaghetti series, available free on the Apple App Store from 3 September 2015. With its exciting stories, awesome music and dramatic sound effects, ToonSpaghetti Movie Maker for Kids: Music Play lets kids aged 5+ make and share their own amazing movies.

Using their Spaghetti Sense, kids bring their stories to life by picking from 18 different story moods, adding cool music from ToonSpaghetti’s extensive sound library and capturing their audience with animated sound effects. Kids can then share their finished masterpieces with friends and family online.

So is it all fun and games? The Spaghetti Sense learning method was conceived by primary school teacher Leah Hinton, to help kids develop crucial creative thinking skills. With help from Ugo the Alien, they learn to apply logic to their inherent creativity, preparing them for 21st century challenges.

Play features
– Exciting stories and adventures
– Cool characters
– Choose awesome music
– Add dramatic sound effects
– Earn spags and rewards through fun challenges
– Get your finished ToonSpaghetti movies to share with friends and family

Learning features
– Interpret moods and emotions
– Build descriptive vocabulary
– Understand language and story structure
– Communicate via digital media
– Engage an audience

ToonSpaghetti was developed with the help of seven young innovators, chosen from the two hundred elementary aged kids involved in testing. Feedback from this Board of Advisors, as well as educators and parents around the world, continues to shape the series. More updates and releases are coming soon!

ToonSpaghetti Movie Maker for Kids: Music Play is in the Apple App Store from 3 September 2015.

Movie maker for kids: Music Play