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```MILLIE’S MATH HOUSE
Alice Mello Cavallo & Shaundra L. Bryant
Technology Review
March 29, 2004
Overview
• General Description
• Activities Overview
• Evaluation
Little, Middle, and Big
• Size matching
• Help Little, Middle, and
Big to find shoes
• Randomly places shoes
on shelve and each
shoes
• Incorrect: “Too
big/small”
• Correct: “Thanks! These
fit nice”
Let’s Build A Mouse House
• Shape recognition
• Asks for the shape and
child moves it from one
side to the other
• Incorrect: “Uh, oh
that’s a square”
• Correct: “Great!”
• Once finished other
mice do a dance
What’s My Number?
and Subtraction
• Duck prompts child to
put the same number
of shapes on her stage
• Incorrect: “They don’t
match”
• Correct: “Good Job” +
animation
Bing and Boing
• Learning
sequences/Pattern
Matching
• Child is shown
sequence first then
prompted to repeat
it
• Incorrect: “Oops
try another one”
• Correct: “All right”
Let’s Make a Bug!
• Number and Shape
Matching
• Rabbit asks child to make
a bug with a certain
number of the shapes on
from the panel
• Incorrect: “That’s too
many”
• Correct: “Nice Bug” + bug
rolls or flies away
• Numbers and quantities
• Help Horse to put the
correct number of jelly
• Counts and shows the
number that is on the
• Incorrect: Froggy gets to
• Correct: Horsey gets to
eat it
This is the number machine!
•Learning to count 10’s, 20’s and 30’s
•Worm asks to find a number in the
cashier machine.
•Correct: the draw opens up and that same
number of characters will appear one by
one while they are being counted.
•Incorrect: The incorrect number is
displayed and it is said aloud: “This is
number X”.
•If there are more than 3 mistakes, it
erases (unable) all the numbers in the
rows where the required number is not
located.
•If there are 4 mistakes than it erases all
the numbers except the required one.
Evaluation - Likes
•Animation and Sounds
•Reward
•Clear speaking
•Succinct phrases
•Gender neutral animal characters
•Rabbit, horse, frog, blobs, duck
•Fundamental Math Skills
pattern matching
•Semi-self directed
•Curriculum Equivalence
•Easy Installation
•Free Mode and Guided Mode
•Massachusetts Framework
•Put in cd and follow directions
Evaluation- Dislikes
•Limited activities
•Not much depth
understanding
•Slow execution
•Wait before get to next activity
•Not age appropriate
•Perhaps for under 5, otherwise
boring
•Limited Creativity
•Even in free mode is restrictive
Evaluation -- Overall
• Fun
• Use in conjunction with teaching for better
depth
• Only use for 5 and under
3 Star Rating
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