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Monday, August 19, 2013

Just For Fun: Character Math....

Want to play a mystery game?

This game is called Character Math. Don’t worry, it’s the most fun you’ve ever had with math.

(With gratitude to Book Riot:-- a great book blog!Check out their recurring feature: Character Math)



 
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Sherlock Holmes (as played by Benedict Cumberbatch)



Remington Steele
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Dr. Watson (as played by the late Edward Hardwicke)
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Richard Castle


 

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Nancy Drew, of course!

6 comments:

Ana Barrons said...

Oh, my goodness, I love character math -- what a great idea! And of course I grew up with Nancy Drew, including this one. Now I'll have to go back and read them all again.. Thanks for this post, it made me smile. :)

Anne Marie Becker said...

Haha - how fun! Hadn't heard of character math, but they should have courses on it in Creative Writing! :D

Rita said...

This is brilliant! What fun. Thanks for sharing.

J Wachowski said...

Glad I could make you smile!
If you can think of others we could make it a regular feature! :)

Wynter Daniels said...

Love it. Finally, math for those of us who avoided it in school like the plague;-)

Elise Warner said...

Nancy Drew. That takes me back. Math. Thought I'd be murdered when I asked the teacher if I could take the writing class and the acting class instead. Character math is a good deal more fun.

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