Dear Class Blog, I played Metric Measurement Memory Matching game on an Ipad, with my friend Eric, and it was fun. I hope we play it again. You should try it; see if you can get a low amount of attempts. Sincerely Izabelle,
Dear Izabelle, Even though I have not made all the matches in the memory game yet, I still think it would be fun to complete it with very few attempts. I hope I will complete it with very few moves. It seems a little challenging, but if you think about it, it will be fun, easy, and even probably a little challenging.Sincerely, Kyle
Dear class, The Metric Measurement Memory Matching Game is a game that helps you learn liters, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilograms and more. The memory game is all math, when we do it it’s about learning not to play or fool around. When I started it I thought it would be hard but doing it with the class made it seem fun but challenging. Sincerely, Annabella
Dear Annabella,I agree with you, the measurement game is really fun and challenging. I think a lot of us learned a lot about the metric system. Even though I don’t have a good memory it was still fun and I sure understood more about the metric system.Sincerely,Charlize
Dear Mr.Pahl, I think that the metric measurement game is fun and it helps me get the hang of the metric system. I had a kind of hard time finding the right match. From Kayden,
Dear class, The metric measurement memory game is really fun and I hope you like it to.If I could I would play it for hours in a row.
Dear fourth grade,My best score is 35 it took four tries to make 35. First I made 47. Next I made 37. Then I made 35!!!-Cam
Dear 4th graders, I think the Measurement Memory Game is really fun it was easier with the class and/or with a partner though.-Sarah H.
The metric system is hard until I played. It took a while then we got to play double player and my partner helped me. From, Jackson
Dear classmates, This game helped really helped me understand the metric system better. Tis game really fun and thank Mr. Pahl for showing it to us.Sincerely, Maximus
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