'Angry Birds Playground' Teaches Physics to Kids [VIDEO]

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Rovio Entertainment has teamed up with CERN, which runs the world's biggest particle-physics lab, to bestow quantum physics knowledge upon young children in an effort dubbed "Angry Birds Playground."

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"With Playground products, kids can have fun and learn more about physics than they would've in the 'old-fashioned' style of learning," Rovio's CMO Peter Vesterbacka says in a statement. "I've been to CERN and experienced it myself. It's a fun place to visit!"

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The Angry Birds Playground program is for 3- to 8-year-olds, and is currently developing learning experiences.

BONUS: 'Angry Birds Star Wars' Arrives Nov. 8

Angry Birds Star Wars will be available to download on Android and iOS on Nov. 8. Naturally, the release will come with additional goodies. Check them out in the gallery below.

Angry Birds Line

Rovio promised to unveil its Angry Birds/Star Wars mashup merchandise at the Times Square Toys R Us. This was the line to get in.

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