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New images from the classroom; Thurgood Marshall Elementary students compete at You’ve been Sentenced! word game

April 7, 2011

Youve been Sentenced! word game inventor Don McNeill addresses the classroom at Thurgood Marshall Elementary.

Earlier this week, 5th grade enrichment students at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School in Newark teamed up with Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation (DASEF)  and McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds for a fun competition!

Pictured here, the students spent the day playing the popular You’ve been Sentenced! word game using special space-themed words from the game’s new NASA Space Terminology add-on deck.

Game inventor Don McNeill was on hand to explain the game and answer questions.

The most creative sentence will be chosen by DASEF to be used as part of the webcast of the final launch of the space shuttle Endeavor.

During the launch’s webcast, McNeill will explain to viewers and the astronauts themselves how to play the game. He will also use the winning Thurgood Marshall sentence as an example.

Let the games begin! Students compete at the Youve been Sentenced! word game for a chance to have their sentence read during the NASA webcast of the April 29 launch of space shuttle Endeavor!

The students will be tuned in on launch day, April 29, to find out whose sentence was chosen!

Want to learn more about McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds’award-winning games like You’ve been Sentenced!, Twisted Fishand more? Visit McNeill Designs for game rules, printable score sheets, or even order online!

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