Scholastic Canada Stuff to Do

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Jean Armour Polly, Common Sense Media
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Quirky and offbeat games for kids.

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What's it about?

There are many games, printables, and activities available at this site. For example, there's \"Save Your Butt.\" Imagine the giggles as players try to \"move their butts\" to the \"Butt Hutt\" as they attempt to avoid detection by the buttcatchers. Older kids will be intrigued by \"Keys to the Kingdom,\" an excellent maze game involving a series of puzzles. Very young surfers will enjoy pounding out tunes on Clifford's \"Xylobone\" and selecting a percussion instrument for Clifford to play along. Other sections of the site include the goofy \"Captain Underpants\" and his \"Wedgie Power\" game -- involving stretching and aiming underwear at oddball moving targets.

Is it any good?

Part of a larger site about Scholastic books, this subsection will delight users in its selection of quirky and offbeat games. Be aware that the games vary from easy to quite difficult.

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  • Families can talk about game design and creativity. What makes a game fun or challenging? If you were to create your own online game, what features would it have?

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  • Genre: Gaming
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: August 25, 2016

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