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Mystery Players: A Game Based on a Painting by Winslow Homer

Use this game based on a painting by 19th century American painter Winslow Homer to learn not only about his art, but also about sports.
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Use this game based on a painting by 19th century American painter Winslow Homer to learn not only about his art, but also about sports. Play this game by looking at the picture (with some additions not in the original painting,) reading the question, and clicking to find the answer. Along the way, you will find out something about the history of various sports. You’ll also learn a little about Winslow Homer. Although the game is geared to elementary age students, even middle school students will enjoy learning facts that they didn’t know about several sports.

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