Innovating a Maths Warm up Game using AR

I recently used a maths warm up game from the NZ Maths website called Bowl a Fact. It was a great game and I could see the learning potential from it. It used paper, counters and a dice and I couldn't help but think wether there was another, perhaps more engaging and innovative way to play this. It was this thinking process that led me to Reality Composer and transferring the game into Augmented Reality. Here is a video showing the result.

I was pleased with the result and so went back in the classroom and used it with a group of students. They were really excited to play and I could see the level of engagement soar. This is a great way to reinforce maths concepts. I have included a tutorial video on how I created it here:

Enjoy:)

5 replies

April 18, 2023

Brilliant! I love the idea of taking this to AR. Thanks for sharing!

April 21, 2023

Thanks for this helpful tutorial! Such a fun use of AR!

May 28, 2023

This is a super powerful and engaging! Thank you.

July 02, 2023

Brilliant! Thanks so much for video walkthrough and tutorial. What a fabulous resource for both kaiako and ākonga. 😃👍 Can't wait to try this myself! 😉

March 18, 2024

This is fantastic! Thank you for sharing an innovative way to engage kids in Math using AR! Thank you for sharing your tutorial as well so many can give this a try!

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