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Chicken Fraction

by Sixth Graders (and me the teacher)

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1 Jun 2004
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About this game

This was a short activity on fractions that I gave a group of sixth graders to finish during my student teaching semester. The game helps you practice cross-multiplication with fractions while earning points to knock down the chicken.

AGS Panel Review

"A cute but simplistic math game."

4 people commented on this game (newest first):

A simple and fun maths game with nice graphics and bouncy music. Could be useful for helping children practice their fractions.
2015-06-25 19:22:23 by CaptainD
PS I really liked the form of the game, I thought it was very professional. Honestly nothing made in the AGS engine could really hope to be sold in stores, but this one comes pretty darn close. If you had produced this 3 years ago it would have definately been seen in stores for learning technology. Could you possible upload the source code to this I'm really interested in seeing how you (and the students) achieved the game's structure. Did you use a room for each fraction? etc etc Great game overall, very very professional A++
2007-08-27 19:05:24 by I. P. Freely (Darkmonkey)
I really liked the game, I thought it was a great approach to both learning to use computers in a fun, satisfying and productive way and is actually pretty fun. I pretty much despise every aspect of intellectual exertion, but this game was really addicting!
2007-08-27 18:58:46 by I. P. Freely (Darkmonkey)
Messed up with the author part. should say Vetrijar. can't seem to edit the entry and change that. :-(
2004-05-31 19:59:29 by Vetrijar
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