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Fractions, Decimals and Percentages with Emile

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages with Emile is a perfect way to practice all the relevant elements of the Key Stages 1 & 2 of the UK national curriculum in a fun and engaging way.

Children love the competition modes, playing against friends and against other classes, and taking care of their own virtual Emile.

With Emile you can see real impact on learning, and reduce workload. Emile gives you the option to easily set up assignments, and track students’ performance in one click.

Fractions topics

Topics Covered:

Fractions, Decimals & Percentages with Emile includes the following topics:
– Adding & subtracting with the same denominator
– Adding & subtracting with different denominators
– Adding & subtracting to integers
– Equivalence
– Multiplying & dividing
– Converting to decimals
– Converting percentages to decimals
– Rounding decimals
– Adding & subtracting fractions
– and many more!

Teacher Controls

All the work done by students is recorded and presented in useful and meaningful ways.

Via secure logins, teachers can see which students need help and which are ready to move on to another topic or ready to deepen their understanding. Reports are easily printed and teacher marking workloads all but eradicated.

Reports are automatically emailed to teachers, removing the need to log into the system each time.

teacher dashboard

Game Play

All our games have been developed to be educational and engaging.

Pupils will love challenging their friends, competing against other classes, making their own unique Emile and seeing the improvement they are making.

Competitions

Pupils can compete against their friends or as a class to find out who is the best!

Leader boards can be printed directly off a website with accompanying certificates.

Virtual Pet

Each pupil is given their very own Emile to look after. Grown from an egg, pupils need to check in regularly to feed, play, and grow together with their Emile.

As children progress, they earn coins which can be spent on buying outfits, food, backgrounds, music and games. The rewards help encourage pupils to log in and answer questions regularly.

The virtual pets help children build a sense of responsibility, and encourage them to love learning.

Fracture

Fracture is the world of Fractions.

The planet is themed on a dystopian future, where a planet was filled with rubbish, ruined and then abandoned.

Emile comes to Fracture to fix up the destroyed planet, using a recycling robot of his own design, and converting rubbish into gems.

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