Hope you have gotten a chance to zoom around all the Tiny Planets by now. It’s tons of fun, huh? Anyway, I want to show you how you can enjoy all the games MORE! You ready for it?
Okay, so once you go on TinyPlanets.com, you are going to see this:
See what I circled using my red pen on the bottom right — “Adopt a Furry Alien!”? Yes, that! Okay, once you click on that, you can adopt your VERY OWN adorably cute “Boing”! Yes, you and your Boing can play with Bing, Bong and I all over the Tiny Planets Universe. Exciting, isn’t it?
Just follow the steps and ta-da! Once you sign up, you will be able to record your scores, complete against other members and much much more! Explore and enjoy
In my next post, I will be giving you some tricks on how to play my favorite game — wait to find out what it is and how you can be a high-scorer!
Signing out, Halley
This week on the Tiny Planet of Technology Bing and I tackle a GIANT problem! You see, we were looking for a little inspiration for our artwork and decided that the Planet of Technology just might be the ticket.
We jumped onto our comfy sofa and flew right over with our art supplies. Just as we were getting settled to paint and draw we saw five Flockers struggling to push a giant Flocker on a sled. And when I say “giant” I mean GIANT!
As we watched their progress, Bing slipped on colored pencils which had to the ground. Together we agreed to approach the Flockers about our idea to use rollers to move the monolith from one place to the other.
We tried it, but when the giant Flocker monolith falls off the end of the rollers, we realize that we haven’t thought the plan out as well as we thought. Since the rollers worked so well, we decided that the answer was more rollers. The extra rollers were delievered on a trolley, which has . . . wheels – aha!
We all pitched in and moved the Monolith onto the trolley and the Flockers were able to use the trolley wheels to pull it quickly and easily! Wheels are really wonderful don’t you think?
This week, we’re going to explore the wonderful world of wheels with lots of cool crafts and activities for you to try with your children. Can’t wait to share them with you, so don’t be a stranger!
This week takes us on a new adventure on the Tiny Planet of Nature.
When we land the sofa, we find ourselves in a windy situation. But Bong’s never one to let weather stand in his way of fun so we decide to fly a kite. Continue reading
Join us this week for an exciting adventure on The Tiny Planet of Technology. We’re going to do some heavy lifting and problem solving — are you ready for it?
When we got on the Tiny Planet of Technology, Bong and I ran into some Robots welding girders together to make a bridge. Talk about noisy!
We didn’t want to disturb them, so we kept walking and finally arrived at a small Flocker house for a visit. I knocked on the door and BANG! It collapsed into a cloud of dust, oops…
We got together and started reassembling the house. As we finished up, a Flocker riding a big metal wheel sped by causing a lot of vibrations — the house falls apart again! What now?
Worry not, Bong to the rescue! He thought of the bridge, sparking one of his brilliant ideas. We put on our hard-hats and started rebuilding the Flocker home with the Robots’ help. When we got finished, the house was durable and ready to withstand anything, even Flockers riding on big metal wheels. Let’s see if you can guess what we used to rebuild and fix the house? Any ideas?
Get those thinking hats on and think BIG!
Your friend, Bing
This week you’re in for a treat. Bing gets the chance to have his very own choir! Can he live up to the musical challenges that face him? Fly to the Tiny Planet of Sound to find out. Or you can get the gist by reading my excerpt.
Just in case you didn’t know, Bing loves music. So when we stumbled upon a virtual octave of Flockers, you can imagine Bing’s glee! Bing immediately retrieves his baton and conducts the Flockers in a series of beautiful scales.
Inspired to experiment, Bing attempts a couple of combos, but some of the results are discordant (a fancy word for sounding awful!) and not the unique sound he sought. But you know Bing, give him a problem and he just works harder to find the solution.
Bing finally finds the desired combos, when one Flocker bows out with laryngitis. Bing looked so sad about the Flocker leaving that I immediately step up to the challenge. My contribution to the choir — a soothing whistle to the intermittent tones.
Having mastered his combos and with my contributions Bing was ready to conduct his first concert. But wouldn’t you know it, just as we’re ready to start our alarm sounds and it’s time to head home.
Be sure to stop by tomorrow to learn the secret of your own chorus line — Musical Water …