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This episode practices subtraction in the range 0-20. A plate of cherries is shown. First, count how many cherries are on the plate. Then a monster eats a certain number of cherries. By counting the remaining cherries you have to find out how many cherries were eaten.
This episode practices addition and subtraction in the range 0-20 using a model that mimics a number line. You have at your disposal S-shaped connectors of various lengths. The length of each connector is given. The goal it to make water flow from a valve on an upper pipe to another valve on a lower pipe by connecting the S-shaped connectors from the top to the bottom valve.
This episode practices problem-solving in the context addition and subtraction. Two jugs of given volume are given. You can fill-in a jug, empty it, or pour water from one jug to another. The goal is to obtain a specified amount of water in a designated jug.
The purpose of this episode is to practice subtraction facts with minuend up to 20. Balloons are falling down on a rose field. Each balloon displays a difference (e.g., 17 minus 8). You have to enter the value of this difference before the balloon hits a rose. The game is over the fourth time you fail.
In this episode, multiplication is modeled as joining together sets of equal size. At the same time, this episode practices the evaluation of products within the multiplication table range. The user is presented with three different settings, each displaying several boxes that contain the same number of items. The task is to determine the total number of items.
The purpose of this episode is to practice multiplication facts for factors in the range 1 to 10. Balloons are falling down on a cactus field. Each balloon displays a product (e.g., 2 times 3). You have to enter the value of this product before the balloon hits a cactus. The game is over the first time you fail.
This episode introduces the concept of equivalent fractions. There are two slices of bread. At the left of each slice is a heap of cheese strips. You are asked to cover a certain part of each slice with the strips to its left. For example, you may be asked to cover 1/3 of each slice, where next to one slice are cheese strips each covering 1/6 of the slice and next to the other are cheese strips each covering 1/9 of the slice.
This episode presents a sequence of riddles. Each scene presents a network of bulbs, some on and some off. When a bulb is clicked, it changes its state along with all the bulbs that are connected to it. The goal is to reach a state where all the bulbs are on. The riddles are arranged by increasing complexity
This episode practices the conversion of mass units from grams to kg. The setting is the preparation of a potion for which the recipe is specified in grams . You have at your disposal balance scales and a number of weights whose masses are given in decimal fractions of a Kg.
In this episode, the player studies solid bodies--cuboids--using nets. A solid body is given, each of its faces colored by a different color. The goal is to color the faces of a net so that once the net folds, the coloring of the resulting body matches the coloring of the given body. The given body can be rotated. The net can be folded and unfolded at will.
This episode practice the use of ratios in describing a relationship between quantities. You have at your disposal an unlimited number of birds of three different colours. You have to place birds on wires according to a required specification. For example, the ratio of red birds to blue birds has to be 6:2 and the ratio of blue birds to orange birds has to be 1:4. Note that there are multiple solutions. This is the intermediate of three similar episodes.
This episode teaches that certain event are more likely than other, and that this difference in likelihood is apparent when the same experiment is repeated multiple times. In a series of coin tossing experiments, you are asked to guess which outcome will occur more often when the same experiment is repeated 1000 times.
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