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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
Face Painter requires users to identify the faces of 3D objects that are a certain 2D shape.Face painter: finding faces 1Face painter: finding faces 2Face painter: locating facesFace painter: predicting faces
Finding Symmetry helps users determine whether shapes have one, two or three lines of symmetry.Finding symmetry: three lines: garden
Pasifika Patterns helps users learn about rotational and reflection symmetry.Pasifika Patterns
Building Site requires users to show what an image seen from above would appear like when viewed from the side.Building site: level 1Building site: level 2Building site: level 3Building site: level 4
Photo Hunt requires users to rotate a 3d scene so that a 'photo' replicates a given 2D picture.Photo hunt: level 1Photo hunt: level 2Photo hunt: level 3Photo hunt: level 4Photo hunt
Shape Maker requires users to create 3D objects by spinning and extruding 2D shapes.Shape maker: simple objectsShape maker: blockerShape maker: stackerShape maker: replicatorShape maker: complex objects 1Shape maker: complex objects 2
Contours explores how contours are used to represent a 3D 'landscape'.Contours: about contoursContours: mystery shapesContours: loony landscapesContours
Measuring explores similar shapes and objects and scaling using ratios.Measuring: similar shapesMeasuring: scaling upMeasuring: scaling downMeasuring: similar solidsMeasuring: scaling up solidsMeasuring: scaling down solidsMeasuring: scaling surface areaMeasuring: volumes
Viewfinder requires users to arrange a 3D scene so that a 'photo' from a certain angle replicates a given 2D picture.Viewfinder: up frontViewfinder: flip sideViewfinder: backwards glanceViewfinder: all anglesViewfinder
Trigonometry develops the concept of trigonometry from simple comparisons to more formal approaches.Trigonometry: measuring with trianglesTrigonometry: similar trianglesTrigonometry: cosineTrigonometry: sineTrigonometry: tanTrigonometry: using sineTrigonometry: using cosineTrigonometry: using tanTrigonometry: find hypotenuseTrigonometry: find angles
Plasers provides practice in the use of cartesian coordinates and operating with integers. Plasers: choose coordinates (+)Plasers: choose coordinates (+/-)Plasers: enter an equation (+)Plasers: enter an equation (+/-)Plasers: place bubbles (+)Plasers: place bubbles (+/-)