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This week only! Limited pre-sale by grade level

Hi Families,


This week only: A limited pre-sale will be offered to students by grade level. See below for a list of Family Night Board Games. We are giving you the opportunity to purchase YOUR CHILD’S GRADE LEVEL GAME EARLY this week, before it becomes available to the entire school next week. Each game will be $5. Last day to turn in payment to your child's teacher will be Monday, April 5th. Board game purchases after April 5th will only be accepted online.

Your child's teachers are working hard to develop these games and will only be able to produce 200 sets of each game (except for "The Masked Staffer" which doesn't require game pieces because it is online and allows an unlimited number of participants). IF YOUR CHILD IS IN 3RD GRADE THERE IS NO NEED FOR PRE-SALE. Again, we will be opening up the ability to purchase all games to the whole school after April 5.


Tic-tac-toe - Kindergarten

Classic tic-tac-toe with school mascot pieces (in green and yellow).


matching/memory - Gr. 1

Using your memory, flip over and try to match pairs of pictures. You will recognize places and pictures of Ma'ema'e.


Corona Virus Board Game - Gr. 2

Be the first to reach the finish line on this fun board game. Move along the path using a marker and die. You will encounter different challenges/advantages while learning about the Corona Virus.


"The Masked Staffer" - Gr. 3

Several staff members give voice altered clues to their identity while concealed behind masks. Kids guess the identity after each clue, building up to an end reveal (video segment recording)


Battleship - Gr. 4

Players take turns in trying to guess the locations of the other player's ships on a grid.


Dolphins to Dolphins - Gr. 5

The game of crazy combinations


Connect 4 - IRAs

Take turns with your partner placing discs on the grid to create a row of four discs.



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