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Time to Play Outdoors!

Our summer newsletter from the studio includes game updates and the end of an incredible school year where we saw our games played in more classrooms than ever before. Also, did you know that Roterra Extreme – Great Escape is coming to Google Play!

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Roman History Lesson Plan – The Baths

Invite your students to take an archaeology focused lesson exploring the secrets of the ancient Roman baths. The free world history lesson plan on Roman culture provides an artifact based approach to learning about Ancient Rome. A supplemental material to Excavate! Rome.

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Maya Mesoamerican Lesson

Take your students on an adventure while teaching Mayan MesoAmerica history in your world history class through the lens of an archaeologist.

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Augustaion Byzantine Lesson Plan

An archaeology analysis lesson on the importance of ancient Augustaion Byzantium. Activate student interest before playing Excavate! Byzantine or use it in your ancient Byzantine world history classroom studies.

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Giza Egypt Inquiry Lesson

An archaeology analysis lesson on the importance of ancient Giza Egypt. Activate student interest before playing Excavate! Egypt or use it in your ancient Egypt world history classroom studies.

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Ancient Egypt Game now in Dutch

Expanding our usability, Dig-iT! Games is thrilled to announce Excavate! Egypt is now available in Dutch! We’re beyond excited to be able to spread our love of archaeology, Ancient Egypt […]

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Help Your Child Grow Through STEM!

Introduce your children to STEM early with LurnBot. LurnBot is a toy rental service that is not only fun and affordable but helps foster an interest in programming and robotics. It is the perfect start for getting your child interested in STEM-related activities and challenging their critical thinking skills.

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Take the Lead and Be George Washington

Take the lead as George Washington in this choice driven game set in the early beginning’s of the United States. As the country’s father, the choices made within the game will dictate if the country will rise to victory or perish from the pressure.

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