Future of Storytelling
January 22, 2018

Valentine’s Day

In honor of the approaching Valentine’s Day, we’ve added targeted new content to both our Tricky Genie and Fake History voice apps.

Open Fake History to play a game focusing on Valentine’s Day of 1876. That’s the day that Alexander Graham Bell filed his patent for the invention of the telephone. It turns out that there’s quite a bit of controversy surrounding the filing of that famous patent.  Play the game and see if you can find the real story about the controversy relating to what occurred on February 14, 1876.

Open Tricky Genie for some Valentine’s Day inspired family fun. Family members always appreciate handmade valentines from their loved ones. But what happens when something unexpected happens to that precious valentine, before the maker has time to send it off in the mail? The tricky genie offers some solutions, but one is better than all the others. See if you can find it.

Open Listening Comprehension Practice to hear a new story from Hutch. Have you ever gone to the movies with the whole family, only to realize that everyone wants to see something different? Hutch’s family faces the same problem. How will they solve it? As always, the answer ends up being fun.

 

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