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This award-winning, problem-solving game is an incredibly fun way to learn fractions. Thanks to the game’s research-proven effectiveness, kids get a head start at school while having fun with fundamental math concepts. Wow!
*** Best of 2014 -- App Store, Apple ***
*** Editors’ Choice -- App Store, Apple ***
*** Editor’s Choice for Excellence in Design -- Children’s Technology Review ***
*** Winner of a Parents’ Choice Gold Award 2014 ***
*** Gold Medal Winner 2014 -- International Serious Play Awards ***
*** Best Family Friendly Game 2014 -- Indie Prize Showcase Awards ***
“Teaching without making it feel like a lesson.” -- maclife.com
“Slice Fractions is wholly playful learning. At its best.” -- Parents' Choice
“There's a lot more to this app than fractions.” -- Children’s Technology Review
GOAL: Kids between 5 and 12 slice through ice and lava to clear the mammoth’s path, unraveling the mystery of fractions!
• Learning fraction concepts without words
• Experiencing an activity reviewed by researchers at a Canadian university (UQAM)
• Solving over 140 innovative physics puzzles
• Collecting funky hats
• Playing in a safe, digital environment. No ads or in-app purchases.
• Part-whole partitioning
• Numerator / Denominator notation
• Equivalent fractions
• Fraction ordering
• Subtracting fractions from 1
TEACHERS: Slice Fractions is based on the following Common Core concepts: (2.G.A.2) (2.G.A.3) (3.NF.A.1) (3.NF.A.3) (4.NF.A.1) (4.NF.A.2) (4.NF.B.3) (4.NF.B.3.B) (4.NF.B.3.C)
LANGUAGES: Danish, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese
ULULAB: We produce fun and pedagogically sound video games. We strive to ensure that these games are intuitive and will lead to profound conceptual learning. We believe we can push the limits of game-based learning.
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