Go to your profile page and click on “Your Stats.” Scroll down to the fraction division section. You will notice six topics that need to be mastered. When the circle below each topic turns green, it indicates mastery. Place your cursor on the topic name for a more detailed description.
After you log out of the game, the Rollerdillos will no longer reside on your ranch, although the ranch will remain on your island. Our future plans are to keep the Rollerdillos on your ranch.
Go to your profile page and click on “Your Stats.” Scroll down to the fraction multiplication section. You will notice four topics that need to be mastered. When the circle below each topic turns green, it indicates that you have mastered that particular topic. Place your cursor on the topic name for a more detailed description.
Yes, all finished buildings, farms, ranches and factories will be saved. In the future, you will also be able to save unfinished games.
There are four different fraction multiplication topics that need to be mastered before completing the game. When you reach improper x proper and improper x improper topics, the farms will automatically become larger.
Once you reach the cross simplification level, a tool will be available to assist you. Click on the numbers that have a common factor, and the tool will appear.
If you try to water a specific area on your farm and you don’t have enough water then you will lose a turn. When you reach the cross simplification topic, you will also lose a turn if you forget to simplify your answer before you click the red dial. Submitting a wrong answer will also cause you to lose a turn.
As you play the game for a period of time, power-ups will appear on the left-hand side of the screen. Power-ups can only be used when it is your turn. (Power-ups are earned by simplifying answers and successfully defeating weeds)
The game allows you to water more than one rectangular box at a time. Drag your touchpad or mouse to highlight the area that you want to water. The area that turns blue will be watered.
The numbers labeled on the plants tell you when a particular plant will grow offshoots (branches). When the plant is labeled a 5, it will grow offshoots after it is watered. If the plant has a label of 1, 2, 3, or 4, it will move to the next highest number once it is watered.
Go to your profile page and click on “Your Stats.” Scroll down to the fraction addition section. When the circle below each topic (five of them) turns green, it indicates mastery.
There are five levels to master before completing the game. As mastery is gained, you will move through five progressively harder problem types – each involving new conceptual understanding. Within each problem type, you will improve your procedural fluency progressing from easy to harder denominator combinations.
There are two tools that can assist you. One is the sketchpad. Click on the sketchpad icon next to each of the rows and the sketchpad will appear. You also have the option to click on the fraction next to the row and change it into a mixed number if it is an improper fraction.
The bat like creature is called a Gruffin, and he is your assistant. In order to adapt to each player’s level, the 2nd brick is given to the player so that the problem that needs to be solved is appropriate for your level.
If the brick you choose is not correct, then it will not remain in the row. If you choose two incorrect bricks, the game will take you to a tutorial on a problem that is similar to the one you are trying to solve. Once the tutorial is complete you will then go back and solve the original problem.
As you fill adjacent rows you receive extra turns. Throughout the game, the player will be presented with numerous opportunities to obtain extra turns such as finding an equivalent fraction, determining a brick’s size, and filling up a specific row.
Look for an equivalent fraction.
The more rows you submit at one time, the higher chance of getting more bonus bricks when you spin the spinner.
The creatures (varmints) block spaces in the rows (except the bottom row). To remove the varmints, submit one or more of the rows below the varmints to scare them off.
You must click on the submit circle next to each finished row and then click on the submit rows button at the top of all the rows.
No, importing student rosters from Google Classroom will not remove any of your previous Fog Stone Isle classes.
Yes, you can create additional classes on Fog Stone Isle that are not linked to Google Classroom. Please see the guide, How to Start a New Class and Get Your Students Signed Up.
Yes, you can add a new student. Please see the guide, How to Start a New Class and Get Your Students Signed Up, and go to Section 2: Sign Up Directions For Your Students.
Yes, you can have a home account without a school account. A parent registers for an account and subscribes, providing a class code that allows students to play FogStone Isle.
A student may transfer from one class or teacher to another by entering a new “class code”. The class code may be found on the teacher’s profile page. To enter the new code, the student should log on to the game, select the menu button, and choose “Class Code”. Once the code is entered, the student is available to the new teacher/class.
Each account has a unique world hosted by Cignition. As long as a student maintains access to their account, they may continue to craft in that world.
When in the game, select the menu button (looks like 3 short blue lines), choose “language” from the options, then select “English”.
Spanish and English.
FogStone Isle automatically adapts to a student’s abilities. Each activity starts at a baseline concept level, then builds on those concepts to reach the student’s current understanding. From then on, the game will gradually increase the challenges as the student demonstrates additional progress.
Login to your profile page and click on the ? next to assignment editor for the directions.
Currently, students may not change their usernames.
At this time you cannot delete an entire class.
Teachers may remove students from a class by visiting their profile page, choosing the appropriate class, selecting “Edit Class” and then “Remove Student”.
The concepts in FogStone Isle are currently predominantly for students in grades 5 and 6. However, students in 7th and 8th may find it useful for review.
FogStone Isle is completely free to schools for in-class use.
Optional parent subscriptions are available, allowing students to gain after school and summer access. Subscriptions are available on a monthly or annual basis ($4.99 & $29.99). An annual subscription includes our comprehensive summer program and covers up to three family members.
When 15% of parents subscribe, per teacher, all families for that teacher receive afterschool access to FogStone Isle for the remainder of the school year.
Create lots of buildings that are next to each other. They will automatically be joined to the abutting building.
There are two ways to sign up students: import student rosters from Google Classroom or sign up students using the class code. Directions for both methods are found after you click on create a class.
Go to https://fogstoneisle.com, click on teacher registration, fill out the form, and click play Fogstone.
Monitor students’ progress using the comprehensive teacher workstation located in the teacher profile section under “class stats.” There is a “class stats” section for each class. Within the “class stats” section, you can click on a particular student. You can monitor students’ conceptual understanding for each math topic as well as their ability to handle more complex problems within a specific topic.
Cignition Technical Requirements:
- Windows 10, Mac OS X or Chromebook
- Supported Web Browsers: Chrome or Firefox – Use the most recent versions
- iPad2 or higher
- The app on the Apple Store is called fogstoneisle. Download using your iPad from the Apple store.
- Note: When playing on an iPad, always access FogStone Isle through the app.