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‘Thinking critically, solving problems’: D200 Education Foundation grant buys games to make learning fun

Chase Knoll and Caleb Brown (left) play “Genius Square,” a STEM board game that promotes problem solving, spatial awareness, and motor manipulation skill training. The game was bought with Impact grant funds from the District 200 Education Foundation. (District 200 photo)
Students in teacher Scott Becker’s class of third- through-fifth graders at Dean Street Elementary are learning with games and activities bought with an Impact Grant from the District 200 Education […]
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