In the “River Crossing” game, the child undertakes the task to lead a boat in a river and transfers animals and items of the food chain from one shore to the other. The child should be very careful so as not to crash the boat on rocks that exist. The child can improve the visual-kinetic coordination and the grapho-kinetic skills.
Sometimes the passage for the boat becomes narrower or wider, depending on the difficulty level of the game, that the teacher/therapist can adjust. At cognitive level, the child could be asked to solve river crossing puzzle with various combinations of items from the food chain thus promoting both critical thinking and understanding of how the food chain works.
Are you ready to become a boat skipper?
Disable background music
Disable/enable sound effects
I CAN understand that there are sounds when I move an object across the river
I CAN move an object with my left hand.
Time that student has to hold their hand still in order to select an item (loading the hand)
I CAN hold my hand still for 2 seconds to select an object.
Depending on the triad of animals & plants, the student need to solve the problem of not letting two items on the same river bank that can eat each other. For example, the fox will eat the duck- The duck will eat the corn- The fox will not eat the corn.
Enabled game rules: I CAN understand that the duck will eat the corn if they are on the same side.
This function allows learners to practice with the food chain through a variety of triads of items.
I CAN understand the concept of the food chain for a variety of living beings.
The harder levels mean a narrower passage.
I CAN move an object across the river.
I CAN avoid crashing the object with the rocks in a narrow river.
Time to solve the riddle.
Disable this if the student feels pressure.
I CAN solve the riddle under the pressure of time.
· It shows the selected settings for the particular session
· The time for each route is shown on the top right corner
· The report shows all the routes that the student performs while moving an item across the river
The selected settings show whether the task is more or less challenging for the students