Acclaim for board games

5th November 2004 at 00:00
Scousers on a mission, Dave Dodd and Robbie Bell, stunned toy giants when their classroom maths game Crazy Tables took the silver gong at the prestigious NationalAssociation of Toy Libraries awards. The pair's keyboard skills and literacy game, Keyboard Crazy, has also been commended in a report carried out by schools in Warrington (available on the website below). You can now buy the game, together with keyboard skills software from Epar(pound;85, licensing available).

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