tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4250050147042236415.post543976610862441315..comments2017-06-01T10:25:39.073-07:00Comments on Don't Panic, The Answer is 42: Angleatron Failure and Distance Formula Game SuccessLizzy-Senseihttp://www.blogger.com/profile/16697599110257655917noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4250050147042236415.post-30492087687037281772014-04-15T06:38:51.050-07:002014-04-15T06:38:51.050-07:00Well! This is a adorable article, I think the stud...Well! This is a adorable article, I think the students could rearrange the numbers into two ordered pairs however they wanted and could add negatives if they wanted. The person in their group that was able to organize the ordered pairs in such a way as to maximize distance won and earned a candy which is good game and in this way Children take interest to understand the number concept. You have done good job. My kids also weak in Math then i join a site free of cost to improve Math for Grade 1 to Grade 12 which i must share here which is <a href="http://www.ipracticemath.com/" rel="nofollow">6th Grade Math Practice</a>Lisa Jeniferhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09596543922736382314noreply@blogger.com