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Crafty Cut: Awesome Way to Make Cross Sections Interesting

Gorgeous 2-D and 3-D shapes game offers intellectual play at its best
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Title: Crafty Cut
Summary: Gorgeous 2-D and 3-D shapes game offers intellectual play at its best

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Pros: Beautiful graphics, free-play features, and excellent in-game support make for great hands-on discovery learning for all ages.
Cons: Some levels require almost-impossible precision, and there's not quite enough content to ensure deep understanding.
Bottom Line: One of the best ways to explore the relationships between 2-D and 3-D shapes and promote spatial reasoning in a way worksheets can't touch.

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