Sorting Salad Video Transcript

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    Welcome to TVO’s mPower! In this video, we are highlighting one of our creative online Kindergarten games: Sorting Salad.

     

    In this game, players visit a home and learn about Mathematical Processes by investigating and describing how objects can be collected, grouped, and organized according to similarities and differences.

     

    Players sort items found in a kitchen according to type, colour, and pattern.

     

    [Game Sound]: Grapes! A flavourful fruit.

     

    [Game Sound]: Carrot! A wonderful vegetable.

     

    [Game Sound]: Corn! A delicious vegetable.

     

    [Game Sound]: Strawberry! A yummy fruit.

     

    The sort is done by clicking on the item and dragging it to the correct location. If correct, stars burst on the screen.

     

    [Game Sound]: I knew you could do it! Good thinking!

     

    [Game Sound]: You sorted the food into fruits and vegetables.

     

    If the response is incorrect, hints are provided to aid the player.

     

    [Game Sound]: Heres a hint to help you.

     

    [Game Sound]: These are vegetables.

     

    In the last stage, players sort the dishes and then re-sort them in a different way. There are three possible ways to sort the items (by colour, type, or pattern.)

     

    [Game Sound]: You did it!

     

    In between each game stage, there is a fun activity in which players can tap on interactive kitchen items.

     

    By the end of the game, players should be able to investigate and describe how objects can be collected, grouped, and organized according to similarities and differences.

     

    Thank you for watching, for more videos, how-to’s, and documentation, check out the mPower community on TeachOntario.

     

    See you soon!