Summer Marble

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Summer Marble Game Online - Play Fun Summer Marbles Web Games

It is finally Summer time! You are in the beach and want to play with marble. Match the marbles per 3 to elimate, you will need to get rid off all to win this game. Have Fun!

Play Summer Marble game online for free today

Do you like fast paced matching puzzle games? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play our free Summer Marble game online.

How to play Summer Marble game online

This online game is played with mouse only. Match marble per 3 to win this game.

Some Fun Summer Facts for Kids

According to BrightHubEducation.com there are many fun facts about the season of summer. When you think about summer, what comes to mind? The long, hot, sticky days during the summer make it some people's favorite season. For others, thoughts of summer are associated with foods, like ice cream and barbaques. Did you know that the biggest ice cream sundae ever assembled was 12 feet high and made with over 4,500 gallons of ice cream? June 21st is officially considered the first day of summer, and the last day of summer is September 20th. On September 13, 1922, the temperature in the shade in the Libyan Desert reached 136 degrees Fahrenheit. This is hot enough to fry an egg on a rock. Watermelon is the summer's favorite vegetable, this juicy favorite is 92 percent water and the average American eats 15 pounds of watermelon a year. In the United States, over 650 million long-distance summer trips are made.

Some Fun Marble Facts for Kids

According to WikiPedia a marble is a small spherical toy usually made from glass, clay, steel, plastic or agate. Marbles can be used for a variety of games called marbles. They are often collected, both for nostalgia and for their aesthetic colors. Marbles were first manufactured in Germany in the 1800s. The game has become popular throughout the US and other countries. A German glassblower invented marble scissors in 1846, a device for making marbles. The British and World Marbles Championship has been held at Tinsley Green, West Sussex, England, every year since 1932. Traditionally, the marbles-playing season started on Ash Wednesday and lasted until midday on Good Friday: playing after that brought bad luck. More than 20 teams from around the world take part in the championship, each Good Friday; German teams have been successful several times since 2000.

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