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Date: 22 July, 2004
in the Act.
the trash into the correct hoop to score points. The stuff keeps
coming, faster and faster.'
Steve Couch passes the review baton to Steve
Tilley who gets distracted at the first hurdle and mixes his athletic
metaphors. Hmmm. Are all Steves nerdy wasters? Discuss.
Anyway July is a really good month to save
the world so check out these recycling and species-saving opportunities.
All these are ideal for teaching children:
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To play a game, simply click on its name.
Extinction is forever. Click, drag and rotate the pieces. Remember
The old matching pairs game. Click to turn over a card then find
its partner. How few clicks can you do it in?
Click and drag the bottles into the correct recycling bank (did
you know blue bottles went in the green bin?), throw away what can't
be recycled and remember to put your milk bottle on the cart.
Click and slide to put the scrambled pygmy marmoset (the world's
smallest monkey) back together again and then read about it. Reduce
the number of clicks to a minimum then go on to level 2.
Put into operation a load of waste management programmes to turn
Dumptown into Recycle City. Watch you don't go over budget though.
Squash those cans. More educational than fun.
in the Act
General knowledge game about endangered species. Where are they
being smuggled to and how are they doing it?
Slam-dunk the trash into the correct hoop to score points. The stuff
keeps coming, faster and faster.
Play checkers against a dog called Ozone who won't finish you off
but bores you to death. If anyone out there knows about 'huffing'
then you can't do it in this version.
Teens and older
Get the fish across the road to the lake without spilling water.
Replenish water in the puddles, avoid manholes and traffic, jump
over things. The usual. All ages this one and only a very fragile
link to worthwhile green issues.
Loads of junk in the river spoiling your swim. Luckily you can move
left and right like a dolphin at tea-time. Dodge that rubbish.
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