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Go to: http://l3d.cs.colorado.edu/~dodsonc/CaveMaze/index.htm (opens a new window)
Description: In a game context students select a sequence of numbers using the "rule" stated for that game. There are three levels that a user can choose including easy, medium, or hard.
Technology Type: Flash 
Authors: Camille Dodson
Eric Eldridge
Matthew Good
Zachary Kantola
Kevin Moore
Eric Pasion
Language: English 
Cost: Does not require payment for use

Average Rating:  [6] Login to rate this resource
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Courses: Pre-Kindergarten Counting
Kindergarten Counting
Math 1 Counting
Math 2 Counting
Math 3 Operations with numbers, Multiple
Math 4 Operations with numbers, Multiple
Math 5 Operations with numbers, Multiple
Math 6 Operations with numbers, Multiple
Math 7 Operations with numbers, Multiple

Other Review (Not based on classroom experience)
Reviewer: gerirose, Feb 12 2006 11:23:58:323AM
Appropriate for: practice of skills and understandings
Ability to meet my goals: Effective
Recommended for: Math 1: Operations with numbers, Patterns and sequences
Math 2: Operations with numbers, Patterns and sequences
Math 3: Operations with numbers
Math 4: Operations with numbers
Other Review (Not based on classroom experience)
Reviewer: ihor, Jul 26 2005 02:09:27:227PM
Appropriate for: introduction to a concept, practice of skills and understandings
Ability to meet my goals: Very Effective
Recommended for: Math 1: Number sense, Patterns and sequences
Math 2: Number sense, Patterns and sequences
Math 3: Operations with numbers
Math 4
Math 5: Operations with numbers, Number sense
Math 6: Operations with numbers, Number sense
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  lanius
Comment:I like the multiple paths...
  gatita
Comment:very cool
  gmr25
Comment:I liked the idea of the game, however I found that there were very few subtraction problems making it easier to solve the maze.