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Power Up Math Learning: Unleash the Potential of ICT Games and ViewSonic Interactive Display



In today's digital era, harnessing the power of technology in the classroom is crucial for engaging students and making learning more interactive and enjoyable. The combination of ICT math games and the ViewSonic interactive display is a game-changer in this endeavor. Together, they offer a dynamic platform for teaching math concepts in an exciting and immersive way. In this blog post, we'll dive into the world of four incredible math games and explore how they synergize with the ViewSonic interactive display to boost student engagement and mastery of key math skills.


Dino Sorts:

Dino Sorts is a gem when it comes to reinforcing number identification and counting skills. With the ViewSonic interactive display, this game comes to life in vivid color and detail. Students can drag and drop numbers, giving them a hands-on experience that reinforces their understanding of numerical sequences. The interactive display's tactile feedback enhances their fine motor skills while making learning engaging and memorable.



Whack-a-Mole:

This game is a powerhouse for practicing skip counting, forward counting, and even backward counting. The large screen of the ViewSonic interactive display transforms the Whack-a-Mole experience into a lively, interactive adventure. Students can physically tap the moles, reinforcing their understanding of number sequences and patterns. This dynamic interaction ensures that learning math becomes a thrilling and enjoyable experience.



Pop n' Drop:

Pop n' Drop is an excellent tool for developing a solid foundation in making bonds of 10, 20, or even 100. When played on the ViewSonic interactive display, students can physically manipulate the bubbles, making the learning process more kinesthetic. The immersive experience of popping bubbles to create number bonds not only reinforces math skills but also adds an element of excitement to the learning journey.


Tug of War:

For building addition fluency, Tug of War is a top-notch choice. The ViewSonic interactive display transforms this game into an engaging group activity. Students can work together to solve addition problems, experiencing a sense of camaraderie and healthy competition. The interactive display's responsive touch screen makes this collaborative learning experience intuitive and enjoyable.

Disclaimer: this tool is not for student use. It is a teacher tool only and no student personal information should be entered at any time.

(This blog post was written with assistance from ChatGPT)



Stay Techie,

Michael Merchant

Math intervention Grades 1-6

Caswell Elementary







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