Students Create and Test Their Own Arcade Games

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First grade students at King Elementary in Green Bay put their STEM education to use today as they created and tested their own arcade games. 

King Elementary is a Children’s Center for Engineering and gives students opportunities to gain a STEM education through hands-on projects. 

Today students created games like ski-ball, whack-a-mole, mini golf and much more; even better, everything was made from recycled materials that students found at home. 

For admission to play the games today, students brought in non-perishable food item which will be donated to the Oneida Emergency Food Pantry. 

 

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