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PEEP and the Big Wide World: Quack’s Apples

This site is a great way to teach about how things move.
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This site is a great way to teach about how things move. Although it is geared toward preschool children, even middle school kids would enjoy moving the sticks around in the game to make a path for Quack’s apple to land in the pond. The game starts out very simply, but gets increasingly difficult by adding more sticks that the player needs to decide whether they are necessary for making the path, and by placing holes that the apples can fall into. There’s even a free app so it can be played anywhere.

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