Welcome to Hohoha's balancing act! How do we keep both sides of a balance equal with different heavy and light objects? and how do we know the balance is balanced? Help Hohoha Monkey perform balancing acts with robots, cup cakes, guitars, and even doll houses!
This course introduces the basic scientific concepts of weight and balance, experimenting with a balance and comparing “heavy” vs. “light” items. One-to-one correspondence, counting, hand-eye coordination, memory, comparisons, and symbol and quantity relationships are all found in this course.
Subject: Math, Science
Lesson: Balance and Weight
Multilingual: This game can be played in English, French, Spanish, and Chinese
VINCI offers a curriculum with 80+ courses. In the form of a game, each course offers a series of systematic actions to advance students’ skills and understanding, in a fun and enjoyable way. Our curriculum courses are divided into 3 categories "Cross-Curricular", "Math", and "Language Arts".
Cross-Curricular Courses – These Digital Courses were designed to enhance learning in Math, Language Arts, and Science. The courses typically span multiple subjects.
All Cross-Curricular Courses are identified with MXX. The XX denotes when the game should be introduced. So typically, an M20 game would be at an earlier developmental stage than an M40 game.
Math Courses – The math courses are identified with a TXX notation at the beginning of the game title. The XX denotes when the game should be introduced. So typically, a T10 game would be at an earlier developmental stage than a T80 game.
Language Arts Courses – The Language Arts courses are identified with a LXX notation at the beginning of the game title. The XX denotes when the game should be introduced. So typically, a L10 game would be at an earlier developmental stage than a L30 game.