Planets for Curriculum Strands

Once your students have selected a star system, the S.S. Explorapalooza (Zorbit’s spacecraft) will beam them up and whisk them away to adventure! Upon arrival to the selected star system, students will be able to select which planet they wish to land on. Each planet represents a different strand in the math curriculum.

The bulk of the math curricula found across North America are organized into five strands:

  1. Number Sense
  2. Operations
  3. Geometry
  4. Measurement
  5. Data Management

By default, all planets are unlocked and available to all students. It is a good idea to adjust the Game Controls immediately after creating your student accounts.

Here is a breakdown of the planets that exist in the Zorbit’s universe and the strands they represent:

 

 

The Alphabulous System

(Kindergarten)

Nonamia

Counting and Operations

Pacifica

Measurement 
(some Data Management)

Terry’s Fair

Geometry and Patterns

   

The Betamomax System

(Grade One)

New Beeland

Counting
Space Port
Operations
Dinotopia
Geometry

Aqua Aqua


Measurement

Planet R

Counting

The Gammaramma System

(Grade Two)

Spookulon

Counting and Fractions

Medivia

Operations

Astral Art Gallery

Geometry

   

The Deltacular System

(Grade Three)

Aurora Farms

 Multiplication and Division

Jack’s Galactic Restaurant
 Operations and Fractions

Astral Art Gallery

Geometry

   

 



 

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