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Our digital world allows endless student exploration and fun! Within their missions students encounter various games that stimulate deep learning through problem-solving and exploration. 

Explore some sample activities to give you a taste of the many different ways we use gamification to bring math alive. 

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The Pythagorean Theorem

Most of us have memorized the Pythagorean theorem, yet few actually understand why it works. We designed two visuals to help students see the theorem in action! 

  • 100% Visual representation, no algebra needed!

  • Visual representation along with algebraic justifications.

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Problem Solving

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Knowing how to reason and work through challenging problems is a must have for a 21st century student. In the activities below, students practice their problem solving skills using codes in different ways. 

  • In Hidden Treasure, students use their knowledge and skills to unlock 5 safes for a prize.

  • In Lockpicks, students develop problem-solving strategies to deduce a passcode.

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Prime Numbers
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Prime Numbers

Not only have prime numbers fascinated mathematicians for centuries, they are incredibly useful in everyday math. Knowing how to rip a number apart into primes can help in factoring, working with fractions, finding the LCM and GCF, and so much more. Knowing the Enemy, a course in The Kryptografima, works with primes in great detail. Here are two interesting insights from the course. First, a game and second a beautiful sieve, helping to determine which numbers are prime and which are composite.

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Arcade & Time Games

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Some of the most memorable games are simple, with only a deck of cards, a pair of dice, or a timer. We love bringing in classical game elements and have watched kiddos grin from ear to ear as they beat each level and advance - all while learning mathematics! 

  • In Pointers, students practice their coordinate skills by attempting to find the tricky Broc. Students can play with a mouse or arcade style using arrow keys. 

  • Angles is a fast-paced game that allows younger students to practice identifying different types of angles. 

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