The Ruler Game - Learn to read a ruler


The Ruler Game - Learn To Read A Metric Ruler

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The Metric Ruler Game is currently in Beta! If you experience any problems, or have comments or suggestions, please contact us and let us know.

Why Learn to Read a Metric Ruler?

Reading a ruler is a valuable skill that you will likely use on your job, in your hobbies, and in your personal every day life. Without measuring devices like rulers (and people who can read them) we would still be living in caves.

The metric ruler is divided into millimeters (or millimetres). Ten millimeters is a centimeter (or centimetre). Ten centimeters is a decimeter (or decimetre). Ten decimeters is a meter (or metre).

Although you are probably familiar with rulers, meter sticks, tape rules, folding rules, and tape measures, you will also find rulers on many machines that you use such as saws, sewing machines, photocopiers, and computer scanners. Computer programs like Microsoft Word and Adobe PhotoShop have electronic rulers that you can turn on to help you with the exact placement of items. Reading a ruler is a valuable skill that you will use almost every day, both on and off the job.

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Instructions:

  • Use this game to improve how you read a ruler.
  • After you click on the button that says, "Start New Game," the name of a measurement will appear in the text box labeled, "Click on:."
  • As soon as you see the measurement appear, click on the corresponding measurement on the ruler at the top of the screen.
  • For each correct answer, you wil be awarded points. Points are awarded based on the following table.
    Level Time Limit Points
    1 10 seconds 10
    2 9 seconds 20
    3 8 seconds

    30

    4 7 seconds 40
    5 6 seconds 50
    6 5 seconds 60
    7 4 seconds 70
    8 3 seconds 80
    9 2 seconds 90
    10 1 second 100
  • For each incorrect answer, you will receive a strike. After three strikes, your game is over.
  • Click on the, "Start New Game" button to start a new game.
  • Under Preferences turn the timer off before starting your game to disable the time feature.

 


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