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== <big>Python Math</big> ==
 
== <big>Python Math</big> ==
Python Math is a puzzle game designed to teach early math concepts about addition, subtraction, and order of operation as per New York and Massachusetts education standards.
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Python Math - Adder’s Garden Adventure is a Snake-like puzzle game meant to teach first grade level math concepts, as defined by the New York State math curriculum, to children.
  
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===<big>Puzzle Design</big>===
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====General Concepts====
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=====Base Implementation=====
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Python Math’s puzzles are based around passing through gates that will make the player’s avatar bigger or smaller as decided by the gate being passed through. Gates must be passed through multiple times in order to make the avatar large enough to match the door to the next puzzle or next section of the puzzle.
  
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=====Requirements=====
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Python Math will at base follow the New York State math curriculum for first grade students. Puzzles will teach concepts involving addition and subtraction for numbers from one through twenty.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:29, 28 April 2014

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Python Math

Python Math - Adder’s Garden Adventure is a Snake-like puzzle game meant to teach first grade level math concepts, as defined by the New York State math curriculum, to children.

Puzzle Design

General Concepts

Base Implementation

Python Math’s puzzles are based around passing through gates that will make the player’s avatar bigger or smaller as decided by the gate being passed through. Gates must be passed through multiple times in order to make the avatar large enough to match the door to the next puzzle or next section of the puzzle.

Requirements

Python Math will at base follow the New York State math curriculum for first grade students. Puzzles will teach concepts involving addition and subtraction for numbers from one through twenty.


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