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This page lists the most recent resources added to the site. The newest resources are listed first. This list will be updated as appropriate.

24/04/2019

SEQUENCE CHAINS

App 2 is designed for students to develop their familiarity with common sequences. The sequences begin with counting, then the multiplication tables (up to 12), and then prime numbers, triangle numbers and square numbers. Roman Numerals and Fibonacci are also included.

Players can choose a sequence of either 12 or 16 and then choose to have the sequence showing face-up or face-down (added difficulty!) They then have to select the members of the sequence in the correct order.

Even though players could gain high accuracy scores by simply looking for the next highest value each time, for a player to complete the activity quickly, they will have to learn the items in the sequence itself.

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Players can choose a sequence of either 12 or 16 and then choose to have the sequence showing face-up or face-down (added difficulty!) They then have to select the members of the sequence in the correct order.

Even though players could gain high accuracy scores by simply looking for the next highest value each time, for a player to complete the activity quickly, they will have to learn the items in the sequence itself.

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04/04/2019

TWO-WAY MATCHUP

In this (my first) Web App, a player clicks a card on the left of the gameboard to reveal a question. The player then clicks the matching answer card on the right. When all eight questions have been matched to the correct answers, players then work backwards and match a set of answers to the questions.

The game is in three rounds and there is a maximum of 30 000 points available. Points are lost for each error, but are won for completing a round quickly.

This is a repeatable activity which is both enjoyable and challenging.

I have created more than 40 question-sets to help students learn number facts, names of shapes and to help them develop fluency with one- or two-step processes.

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The game is in three rounds and there is a maximum of 30 000 points available. Points are lost for each error, but are won for completing a round quickly.

This is a repeatable activity which is both enjoyable and challenging.

I have created more than 40 question-sets to help students learn number facts, names of shapes and to help them develop fluency with one- or two-step processes.

[See the Activities]

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