Things To Know While Navigating the Cosmos
There are some elements that are present throughout the game that are worth noting. Here are some things to look for when you are playing the Zorbit’s Math Adventure game.
When a student is ready to check their solution, they select this big blue checkmark button. This encourages students to reflect on their inputs and provides summative feedback on their strategy.
While completing an activity, this button will give students a clue about what they might do to get the ball rolling.
Ever present in the top right corner is the Backpack button. When students select this button, a window appears that allows them to access teacher-assigned adventures and more.
The planets in the Alphabulous System (Kindergarten) feature unlockable content that makes the planet's environment more interactive. For example, Terry’s Fair features carnival games that help strengthen cognitive functions such as memory, pattern recognition, and probability.
Last modified: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 10:08 AM