The RM mats work as directional mouse pads and are controlled by students stepping on them to select a correct match to the problem displayed in the center of the screen. I have 8 dance mats which I will connect to 4 computers. Students will play two at a time to try to achieve the highest score by correctly matching the most functions to their corresponding graphs. I plan to use a "dance-off" bracket to determine the winner in hopes of getting in some extra practice disguised as friendly competition.
I was able to customize the game board quickly. For the graph choices, I uploaded pics that were created in my Promethean ActivInspire software. I inserted images of the functions as well, so that the equations would be clear and easy for the students to read in the fast pace game. (I didn't want funny syntax to slow them down.)
I love that before the game begins students can select the background and the music. I know that it is silly, but somehow I would like to think I could match graphs better if I were at the beach:)