The Fun and Easy Way to Learn to Read a Ruler!
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The NEW Inch Ruler Game
Learn to read a standard English ruler using a touchscreen device or using a mouse on your desktop computer.
The NEW Metric Ruler Game
Learn to read a metric ruler using a touchscreen device or using a mouse on your desktop or laptop computer.
Thermometer Reading Game
With our intuitive thermometer game you can quickly learn to read Fahrenheit and Celsius thermometers.
Temperature Conversion Game
With our intuitive temperature conversion game you can quickly learn to convert between Fahrenheit and Celsius Units.
With our intuitive analog clock game you can quickly learn to read a clock. 12HR and 24HR modes.
Military Time Game
With our intuitive military time clock game you can quickly learn to read military time. Timezones included!
Inch Micrometer Game
With our intuitive micrometer game you can quickly become a micrometer master. Fun, easy and free!
Graduated Cylinder Game
Learn to read 10ml, 25ml, 50ml and 100ml graduated cylinders with our fun and easy graduated cylinder game.
Vernier Caliper Game
With our intuitive vernier caliper game you can quickly become a vernier caliper master. Inch and cm versions.
Dial Caliper Game
With our intuitive dial caliper game you can quickly become a dial caliper master. Inch and cm versions.
With this intuitive money counting game you can learn how to quickly count your bills and coins.
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Reading a ruler is a valuable skill that you will likely use on your job, in your hobbies, and in your personal life almost every day. Without measuring devices like rulers (and people who can read them) we would still be living in caves!
You are probably familiar with rulers, meter sticks, tape rules, folding rules, and tape measures. You will also find rulers on many machines such as saws, sewing machines, photocopiers, and paper cutters. Even computer programs like Microsoft Word and Adobe PhotoShop have electronic rulers to help you place items exactly where you want them. Reading a ruler is a valuable skill that you will use almost every day, both on and off the job.