Fifth graders at Crescent Elementary School in Rhinelander have invented a new game. Students Clara Pudlowski and Karigan Maass, from Benjamin Fronk’s class say their Air Square game can be played by everyone, from fourth through twelfth grade.
“Our game is just like four square, but just in the air, sort of like volleyball,” the students wrote. “Lastly, our game helps team building by having all of us work together. Our plan is to share this game with everyone else in the school.”
Students in the class made a plan, then built the structure with pvc pipes and connecting pieces. The game can include from four to 20 cubes.
“It has been very fun for our class and we enjoy it. So you should maybe think about making one for your school because it works for all grade levels,” Pudlowski and Maass concluded.