**here**and read it now. It sounds awesome, doesn't it? I didn't read it until I was already on break, but I look forward to playing it with my students at some point down the road.

At a very early hour this morning, I thought that this game could be modified to help students practice working with logarithms. Instead of having the numbers 1-10 in their grid, they could have logs. They would still place numbers of equal value next to each other, but some would look like log

_{2}8, others like log

_{3}27 and others like 3. They would also still need to find the sum of squares that match. I would have them write the sum of each set of matching expressions as a single logarithm so that they would need to use their log rules.

Clearly, I need to actually work through this, but I wanted to get it down before I forgot. I think you could also do this with trig expressions (sin π/6, cos 5π/3, etc.), but have thought that through even less than the log idea.

If you have feedback, please let me know. Ideas to build on or telling me why this is a bad idea are both welcome :)