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Patricia Murphy

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online version of Tetris and Mastermind
Posted: Apr 28, 2005 10:43 PM
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Here's a page that features an online version of Tetris, a resource that can be tapped for use with one of the 3rd grade Investigations:

http://www.horus.ics.org.eg/en/FunCorner/tetris.aspx

Another game that is featured in the "Fun Corner" section of the site is Mastermind, a good logic game for many different grade levels (I own the commercial peg versions of both this standard version and the set designed for younger children):
http://www.horus.ics.org.eg/en/FunCorner/mastermind.aspx

Note: For those of you who have friends who teach in the upper grades (e.g. 6th grade in NYS), the Horus website is a good supplement for a Social Studies unit that focuses on Ancient Egypt. It is one of the student links on a relatively new web portal that is worth checking out no matter what grade you teach called thinkbright.org

-Patricia,



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