What are patterns? When we speak of patterns in early mathematical concepts we are really focusing on a few key ideas. Patterns to our students consist of 1) Repeated design or recurring sequence 2) ordered set of numbers, shapes, or
When you think of Black Holes what comes to mind? A black hole that swallows everything around it up? We created a new “Black Hole” with a new ending (outcome) in our latest game. In this game we’ve created a
This game is dedicated to all those children who eat chocolate without supervision near windows. What happens next? Nasty smudges and creative decorations on the glass. The trouble is, because of the smudges, they can’t see what’s happening outside. They
In Alice in Wonderland, Alice fell down the rabbit’s hole and an incredible journey started. She is not the only one, our rabbits are extremely busy and they dig holes in meadow causing trouble to all who want to trespass
The game allows kids to harness their problem-solving skills to find the most concise way for collecting items. The technique is to find the quickest route between one point and another. This game opens up the mind of kids in
Processes The idea behind this game is to show the process of how an output looks after the conversion of the input when it is processed. It may seem hard but it is quite simple. We are going to illustrate
Operations on Image Sets Operation on sets are usually boring from elementary school especially when questions like “what are mutual elements?” were asked or characters, letters, and numbers were used as elements in exercises. This is why we decided to come
We are revealing and presenting 4 cool games we’ve created that can be easily used to foster computational thinking in early childhood. It is easy to create them and they require a minute or two to be set-up. Games like Sets and Processes are valuable even for creative thinking and can’t be found anywhere else. Judge for yourself their value.