Sixth graders create cardboard arcade for school carnival
Old River Elementary students play games
Last Updated: 40 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A cardboard arcade put together by a Los Angeles 9-year-old was the inspiration for one elementary school activity.
Sixth grade students at Old River Elementary School constructed their own arcade games for a week. Thursday, they allowed the rest of the school to play them.
The students could get creative and work in teams.
"My game is ping-pong toss," said Olivia Gardea. " You toss ping pong balls into the plastic cups."
"I made tennis ball toss with my friend. You roll a tennis ball and try to make it in the whole," said Megan Torres. "There's different points you get 5, 1 or 15."
"It's called Minion Mania and your goal is to try to get the minions down to the ice cream truck because they love banana splits," said Kate Bickham.
The 9-year-old in LA created an arcade and the video went viral.
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