Students create Rubik's Cube challenges as part of gifted club

03/8/2010 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

Students in one Oklahoma elementary school's Gifted and Talented Rubik's Cube Club have modified the popular puzzle to create their own more challenging versions to solve. Ergin Bostanci, the school's dean of students and a math teacher, founded the Rubik's Cube Club to help students have fun while practicing math skills and had students design the alternative versions as a homework assignment.

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