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Monster Choir allows users to create, extend and complete patterns.Monster choir: missing monstersMonster choir: look and listenMonster choir: making patterns
Direct a Robot requires users to guide a robot to collect objects by providing directions and distances.Direct a robot: collectorDirect a robot: which way?Direct a robot: how far?
Shape Overlays asks users to overlay 2D shapes to create other shapes.Shape overlays: find and cutShape overlays: picture studioShape overlays: find, cut and turn
Tesselate Decorate asks users to use a range of shapes, or combinations of shapes, to make tessellations to decorate the living room in a house.Tessellate decorate: rectangles
Cassowary Fractions allows users to explore half and quarter in context.Cassowary fractions
Number Line helps users to record how they solve addition and subtraction problems using a number line.Number Line
Number Trains asks users to place numbers in order to form 'trains'.Number trains: numbers 1 to 10Number trains: numbers 1 to 20Number trains: numbers 30 to 50Number trains: numbers 90 to 120Number trains: skip countingNumber trains
Scale Matters helps users explore numberlines with a variety of scales.Scale matters: ones
The Number Partner helps users find the pairs of numbers that add together to make numbers from 10 to 30.The number partner
The Slushy Sludger explores likelihood in the context of a machine which randomly dispenses drinks.The slushy sludger: questionsThe slushy sludger: best guess