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# Where's Wilson Game

Item #: 934919 | Model #: WCA4523
Where's Wilson Game
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Where's Wilson game players match hiding places with ordered pairs such as (2, 5) and (4, 3), building an octopus like pattern outward from the octomino starting board.

WCA "Where's Wilson" Game is ideal for grades 3 and above. Wilson game used to identifying and plotting ordered pairs essential for algebra, geometry, geography, science and other subjects.

• Usage ideas: Practice in identifying and plotting ordered pairs where this skill is essential for algebra, geometry, geography, science and other subjects
• Includes octomino starting board, 44 dominoes, instructions, suggestions for additional games using the dominoes
• Number of players: 2 - 4
• Identify and plot ordered pairs in the first quadrant of a rectangular coordinate plane
• Winner is the player with the fewest dominoes remaining after all the dominoes have been drawn
• Widely used life skill locating points on a map, constructing and reading bar and line graphs of science or business data, etc
• Essential in algebra basic tool for constructing pictures of abstract algebraic equations like x + y = 5
• Supports common core, state and national mathematics standards
• Unique octagonal starting board and self checking feature
• Interest is generated by finding where Wilson is hiding
• If a domino matches one of the eight open ends in play, the player places it to complete the match
• If no match is made, the player draws a domino
• Dimensions: 6 1/2"(H) x 4"(W) x 1 1/2"(D)
• Weight: 8 oz.
• Players match hiding places with ordered pairs such as (2, 5) and (4, 3), building an octopus-like pattern outward from the octomino starting board
• Where's Wilson? game is self-checking!
• If the 44 dominoes are placed correctly, open ends of those on the octomino tracks and those yet to be played can be paired
• Game variations make it possible to meet the needs of a wide range of students