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Not just child's play

Invention at Play starts with the premise that childhood play and toys and games helped inventors invent. Students are able to go into the invention playhouse and do interactive puzzles dealing with problem solving, exploration and other skills. Through stories
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Invention at Play starts with the premise that childhood play and toys and games helped inventors invent. Students are able to go into the invention playhouse and do interactive puzzles dealing with problem solving, exploration and other skills. Through stories of inventors, students learn how their childhood play influenced their later inventions.

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