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Harvest game

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Support children as they are asked to count, collect and sort the different quantities of fruit and vegetables into the crate. The final screen will summarise their work and is printable to give them a record of their achievement.

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  1. Ollie Owl
    on 20 September 2011

    Harvest

    This would be a good activity for new children to learn how to move the item with the mouse. It is also a good starting point for counting.

    Would have liked it to have then moved onto a harder level for more older children. Maybe this could be adapted.

    On the whole a good activity for young children but a bit basic if you are working with other children who are experienced with the computer.

  2. SjS
    on 3 September 2011

    Harvest Game

    Excellent interactive game for my whiteboard with a Harvest theme. I will be using this with my primary 1 class (in Scotland) who are just begining to learn numbers 1-5 on Monday! Thanks Scholastic!

    4out of 5
  3. Tickets
    on 12 September 2010

    No wrong answer

    While the premise behind the game is good, as soon as you have the correct number in the basket it says ‘that’s right’, so the children can just keep adding to the basket until they get the correct number in! It would be better if they had to fill the basket then ‘submit’ it to see if they had go the answer right.

    2out of 5
  4. SmileyPR
    on 10 August 2010

    ELG

    This is good for children up to 4 years old, but those working towards the ELG need a bit more of a challenge. Could you make another level where the child would then have to roll 2 dice and add the sum for a total up to 12? Thanks in advance!

    3out of 5