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#1 - App video clip with no sound for Addimals EDU app
Equation 4 + 3 = ? shown at the top with a vertical 4-block and 3-block in the center and strategy tools and a number line at the bottom. With the Count On tool, the 3-block splits into 3 separate 1-blocks, which each in turn jump to the top of the 4-block as the numbers below the blocks show 4, 5, 6, ? The user slides to the number 7 on the open numberline.
Equation 3 + 2 = ? show at the top with a vertical 3-block and 2-block in the center. With the Doubles tool, a boomerang slices through the blocks, chopping a 1-block off the top of the 3-block and landing to the right. Under the blocks, they are labeled 2 + 2 + 1. The user slides to the number 5 on the open number line.
The scene changes to a lab with a giant robot. The equation 4 + 2 dangles from 2 chains in the ceiling. The robot has a saw arm that is heading towards the first chain. After the first chain is cut, the 4 + 2 dangles from the remaining chain, and a thought bubble emerges with a hint showing the number 4 and a hand with two fingers upheld. The two fingers are labeled, “5, ?”
#2 - App video clip with no sound for Fractions Boost EDU app
A futuristic car is zooming towards a tunnel, which has a 0 - 1 number bar at the end. The target ⅔ is at the top. The car steers towards where ⅔ would be on the number bar, and when it hits that spot, the car zooms ahead with flames coming out of the rear boosters.
The scene cuts to a different car approaching a number bar with a ¼ target, but the car hits the middle of the bar. The car stops, and the dashboard opens, displaying a 0 - 1 number bar and the prompt, “Move the slider to ¼.” The user slides to the middle of the bar. The dashboard then prompts the student to “Tap 4 times” by placing the words “tap” and “times” around the 4 in the ¼ target. The user taps four times, and each time the number bar splits into 1, 2, 3, then 4 equal pieces. The user then slides to ¼.
The scene cuts to a car facing two gates labeled ⅖ and ⅘ with the question “Which is greater?” The car drives through the ⅘ gate and the engines boost.
#3 - App video clip with no sound for Subtractimals EDU app
Equation 5 - 3 = ? shown at the top with a vertical 2-block and three 1-blocks stacked on top of it in the center and strategy tools and a number line at the bottom. With the Count Back tool, a frog character slurps the 1-blocks away one-by-one and swallows them. A bracket on the side counts back “5, 4, 3, ?” as the frog swallows the 1-blocks, which leave behind an outline.
The scene cuts to the Count On tool, where there is an outline of a 5-block and a 3-block inside it. A different frog character spits out blocks one at a time to fill the 5-block.
#4 - App video clip with no sound for Fractions Boost 2 EDU app
A futuristic boat is zooming through the water towards a ramp, which is labeled 0 - 1. The target 2/10 + 1/10 is at the top. The car steers towards where 3/10 would be and passes over the ramp, collecting a line of coins and getting an engine boost.
The scene cuts to a boat approaching a ramp with the target 2/9 + 4/9, but the boat hits the middle of the ramp. The boat stops, and the dashboard opens, displaying a 0 - 1 number bar and the prompt, “Swipe to make ninths.” As the user swipes, the number bar switches from whole, halves, thirds, …. ninths. The instructions then ask the user to “Move the slider to 2/9.” As the user slides, the ninth segments fill in and are labeled 1/9, 2/9. Then then instructions ask, “Add 4/9 more.” As the user slides, the segments fill in and are labeled 3/9, 4/9...6/9.
#5 - App video clip with no sound for Mt. Multiplis EDU app
The scene shows a series of small islands connected by bridges or rectangles showing where a bridge would go. The user clicks on an empty bridge and goes to a bridge planning screen with 6 x 7 at the top and an empty rectangle labeled 6 horizontally and 7 vertically. The user drags a card labeled “5 x _” over to the rectangle, and five vertical 7-blocks fill the first 5 columns. The user answers 5 x 7 by pressing on the range 30-40 and then pressing 35. The five 7-blocks become a single rectangle labeled 35. The user then drags a card labeled “1 x __” over to the rectangle, and the remaining column is filled with a 7-block. The user answers 6 x 7 by pressing on the range 40-50 and then pressing 42. Next, the user sees a feedback screen, which shows gems earned for being complete, accurate, and efficient, along with a recap of the steps taken to solve the problem.
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