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1 A Homemade PowerPoint Game By Natalie Sanfilippo University of Georgia Play the game Game Directions Story Credits Copyright Notice Game Preparation Objectives Game Pieces

2 Corduroy is a cuddly teddy bear who is waiting patiently on the shelf of a department store for a home. Corduroy climbs down from the shelf one night after all the shoppers have gone home in order to look for his missing button. He encounters many adventures such as getting on an elevator thinking it is a mountain and he goes to the furniture section believing it to be a palace. Then, Corduroy accidentally knocks over a lamp when trying to pull a button off a mattress. Help Corduroy and the other toys conquer their adventures through the department store and find their way back to the shelf so that they can be brought to a new home. Home Page

3 The goal of the game is to get Corduroy and the other toys to the security officer so they can be brought back to the shelf in order for them to be bought and have a new home. To play the game you have to correctly answer math questions. If you answer a question correctly you roll the dice. The number you roll is the number of spaces you move forward on the game board. If you answer the question incorrectly, you lose your chance to roll the die and your game piece must remain in its place. To win the game you to be the first one to reach the security officer at the finish space in order for the toys to be returned to the shelf. Return

4 Game board: Print out slides 6-7, cut off the edges, then tape together. You may consider laminating the board or mounting it to a piece of cardboard in order to make the board more sturdy. Game board: Print out slides 6-7, cut off the edges, then tape together. You may consider laminating the board or mounting it to a piece of cardboard in order to make the board more sturdy. Game Pieces: Print out slide 5 and cut out game pieces. You may print out on heavy stock or laminate the pieces to make them more durable. Game Pieces: Print out slide 5 and cut out game pieces. You may print out on heavy stock or laminate the pieces to make them more durable. Die: A die is needed for the players to determine how many spaces to move forward on the board after they have answered a question correctly. Die: A die is needed for the players to determine how many spaces to move forward on the board after they have answered a question correctly. Home Page

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8 Credits All teachers and students at non-profit schools can use, revise, or adapt this game at will at no cost on the condition that all prior designers are cited. Originally designed by Natalie Sanfilippo, University of Georgia, March 21, 2006 with the title Finding a Home for Corduroy. Originally designed by Natalie Sanfilippo, University of Georgia, March 21, 2006 with the title Finding a Home for Corduroy. Home Page

9 Educational Objectives Audience Audience –This game is designed for Kindergarteners Subject Area Objectives Subject Area Objectives –Students will be able to identify even and odd numbers (number sense and numeration) –Students will be able to identify and write the missing number in a sequence. –Counts the number of elements in a set and writes the corresponding numeral (0 through 10). –Compares two geometric shapes to determine relationship (larger than, smaller than, same shape as, and same size as). –Tells time to the hour on an analog clock. –Continues simple patterns (color, shape, size, sound, texture, seasons, and events). –Name and identify coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters) and dollar bills –Identify days, weeks, and months on a calendar. –Recognizes terms of time periods (include sequences, where appropriate), such as yesterday, today, tomorrow, morning, afternoon, night, week, and seasons. Understands meaning of takes less time than, and takes more time than. –Recognize, name, draw, and construct basic geometric shapes [circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval (ellipse), and diamonds (rhombus)]. Home Page

10 Copyright Copyright 2006 Natalie Sanfilippo Copyright 2006 Natalie Sanfilippo Permission to copy this game at no cost is granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools. Permission to copy this game at no cost is granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools. Permission is also granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools to make revisions to this game for their own purposes, on the condition that this copyright page and the credits page remain part of the game. Teachers and students who adapt the game should add their names and affiliations to the credits page without deleting any names already there. Permission is also granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools to make revisions to this game for their own purposes, on the condition that this copyright page and the credits page remain part of the game. Teachers and students who adapt the game should add their names and affiliations to the credits page without deleting any names already there. Home Page

11 Game Directions

12 What shape is the button ? Square Rectangle Circle Triangle

13 Which object does not belong in this set? Ice Cream Cone Bananas Grapes Strawberry

14 Which triangle is largest?

15 What number comes next?

16 What comes next in the pattern? Rainbow Books Crayons Balloons

17 How many pennies are there?

18 How many toys are on the shelf?

19 If you have two button and find one, how many total buttons do you have? Three One Zero Two

20 How much is a penny worth? 1¢ 5¢ 10¢ 25¢

21 What day of the week does this month begin? Wednesday Sunday FridayMonday March SatFriThuWedTueMonSun

22 What shape comes next in the pattern? Oval Heart Triangle Square

23 There were three toys on the shelf and one of them was bought. How many toys are left? Two One Zero Four

24 Which shape is a BLUE TRIANGLE?

25 If yesterday was Sunday what day of the week is today? Monday Saturday Friday Wednesday March 2006 SundayMondayTuedayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday

26 If Corduroy has 2 buttons and loses 1, how many does he have left? One Two Zero Three

27 Which number is odd?

28 What month is Christmas in? December November March February

29 What time is it? 3:00 7:0012:00 1:00

30 Which number is even?

31 What season comes after winter? Spring Summer Fall

32 Back to Game

33 Try Again Next Time!!


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