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Free evaluation of educational games

  PBS KIDS PLAY!™ can now be licensed for classroom use.
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 PBS KIDS PLAY!™ can now be licensed for classroom use. The game-based learning program for children in preschool, kindergarten and special education includes content in mathematics, science, language development, literacy, social studies, exclusive new foreign language learning games in Spanish, French and Mandarin from Little Pim, and more.

The program is a broadband subscription service, and runs full-screen on any Windows 7/XP/Vista, Mac OSX or Chrome OS on a desktop, laptop, or interactive whiteboard.

The Classroom Edition costs $499 per account, each of which serves 30 students. A $200 per-account savings is available through Sept. 30, 2010.

Educators may evaluate the program free for 30 days at http://classroom.pbskidsplay.org.

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