A box full of chocolates in various shapes have fallen, and it’s up to the player to put them back in their proper place. Once they’ve succeeded, they can continue clicking on the chocolate pieces to “eat” the candies.
The teacher can add a real-life element by rewarding kids with real chocolates for every correct shape that they can solve. Alternatively, the kids can also play as groups, where each group takes turns in inserting a shape (there are 13 shapes in total – the teacher can use one shape as an example on how to play the game to make the total even). The group that manages to get the most shapes correct wins their own personal box of chocolate to eat (and share)!