Screenshot of Temple Explorer with character standing at a crossroad inside the temple. Text

Temple Explorer: A New Directionality O&M Game!

A progressive directionality game designed for older O&M students!

Tap, tap, tap – your footsteps are echoing as you walk quickly through the ancient temple searching for treasure. Warning! Carefully follow the genie’s directions to find the treasure – a wrong turn will take you face-to-face with a monster!

ObjectiveEd has released their new directionality game, Temple Explorer. Created with engaging content for older students, Temple Explorer has 15 skills designed to help students practice advanced directionality concepts such as Multi-Step instructions and True-to-Life cardinal directions. The game is progressive and O&Ms can select and assign the skill level and difficulty to meet their student’s current needs. 

Learn more about Temple Explorer in the video below:

Note: Temple Explorer is only available to current ObjectiveEd customers.


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