The goal of the activity is to match all of the images in the windows of the doll house. The player can click on a window to open the shades and reveal an image of either a number, letter, shape, or picture, depending on which game play mode is selected. Once two images have been matched, the window remains open and reveals something inside of the house. When all the images in the windows have been matched, a short animation of the JumpStart pals will play.
The player can alternate between four different modes (numbers, letters, shapes and pictures) by clicking on the balloons at the right of the screen.
Difficulty level differences
- Level one: The doll house has 6 windows, and the player must make a total of 3 matches.
- Level two: The doll house has 8 windows, and the player must make a total of 4 matches.
- Level three: The doll house has 12 windows, and the player must make a total of 6 matches.
Digital manual description
Test visual memory by identifying letters, numbers, shapes and pictures which match.
Click on the small house sitting on the classroom floor to go to the What's-in-the-Window Game. This game is based on the classic concentration game. The goal of the game is to match all of the images in the Windows. To play, click on a Window. Once the Window opens, an image will appear. Click on a second Window. If the second Window has the same image as the first, you have made a match. The matching images will then be replaced by a Window looking into a room of the house. To select different images (either numbers, letters, shapes or pictures), click on the Balloons on the right hand side of the screen.