Children can practice and develop their multiplication skills with the help of Kelly and Robbie (the Paws Explore cat and dog characters) and a selection of fun activities. Presenting the topic of multiplication in several different ways, the title uses the relevant vocabulary to enable the player to test their general multiplication skills, rapid recall of multiplication facts and begin to understand the relationship between multiplication and addition/division.
Pupils progress is rigorously tracked throughout for the teacher to produce detailed reports and an extensive selection of interactive whiteboard screens are designed for class-teaching. This title includes a fully-configurable teacher’s section and printable worksheets for use away from the computer.
- Each activity features three levels of difficulty to test the player.
- Develops the use of mathematical vocabulary used in schools.
- Covers the topics of: Multiplication, relationships between multiplication, division & addition and the rapid recall of multiplication facts.
- Fully narrated throughout for unsupervised use.
- Engaging activities presented by the two Paws characters – Kelly and Robbie.
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PC: Pentium II 500mhz processor or greater, Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, XP or Vista, 128mb RAM, 16 bit colour.
Mac: Power Mac G3 400mhz processor or greater, OS X (up to 10.4), 128mb RAM, 16 bit colour.
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The main menu allows the player easy access to each of the six activities. From here, the settings and whiteboard section can also be accessed.
Answer the multiplication questions correctly to reveal the hidden picture on the canvas.
The player can help load the crates by finding the missing part of a sum written on the front and dragging it into place.
In order to launch a rocket into outer space, the player must find five sums that match a given number.
Help complete the magic triangle by filling in the blanks to show the relationship between multiplication and division.
As a number is called the player must match it with a sum on their bingo card. This game can be played with or without a time limit.
The player must match jigsaw pieces joining an array to its corresponding sum. Four sums are presented and the player must click and drag the correct one into place.
Lots of whiteboard activities are included. This multiplication machine provides practise on multiplication tables.