This is an interactive kinesthetic game board with fun and animated graphics Characters take you to the question pages which feature a total of 50 separate basic problems. Each object is a link to a separate story. On the first page of the story, students click on a link to a question page. They click on the object in the upper right-hand corner to reveal the answer to the question. If they get it wrong, they click on the object in the lower left-hand corner to return to that page of the story. If they get it right, they click on the object in the lower right-hand corner move on to the next page of the story. Students take turns answering question. When they finish the story, they click on the prince frog on the "happily ever after" page to return to the game board so that a new story can be started. The Jack and Jill game is a one digit addition game. The Hickory Dickory Dock game is a one digit subtraction game. The Humpty Dumpty game is a one digit multiplication game. The Goldilocks game is a one digit division game. The Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs game is a mixture of all the above.
English terms include: antonym, alliteration, explicit, hyperbole, technical writing, resolution, theme, connection, fable, synonym, conclusion, bias, sequence, inference, mood, narrative writing, personification, figurative language, supporting details, cause and effect, dialogue, summarize, falling action, onomatopoeia, tone, text feature, literary device, simile, climax, foreshadowing, plot, flashback, rising action, setting, metaphor, irony, character, imagery, point of view, text, perspective, implicit, conflict, voice, expository writing, opinion, text structure, descriptive writing, main idea, author’s purpose, short story, nonfiction, literary elements, first person, second person, third person, myth, analogy, repetition, science fiction, fiction, style, persuade, fact, poetry, historical fiction, connotation, informational writing, context, drama, chronological order, and symbolism,.
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Don't save after playing! Just exit. It will record all the changes you have made to the game if you save. If you accidently save, don't worry, we'll email you a new copy. Mistakes happen.