What do kids love? Games, of course! Keeping that in mind, the Department of Foreign Languages decided to treat our 7th-graders to a Board Game Party. This exciting event took place on the 21st of November in the Аssembly Hall.
We had five games and five groups, so each group had twelve minutes to dive into a game and enjoy. Bananagrams, English championship, Apples to Apples, Alias and Whoonu was our choice for that event. However, we still have more in stock to continue playing in class.
Every game should have a winner, so did ours. After two lessons of fun, it was time to count the overall score for all the games, and to announce the lucky winners. They were Sonya Vasilyeva, Polina Mikhaylova, Skvortsov Nikita, Alex Cherenkov and Beltyukova Maria. The champions were awarded a board game each to bring home.
The Department of Foreign Languages would like to express their thanks to the kids who were remarkably well-behaved and to school administration who provided the prizes.
Here are just some of the opinions of the participants:
On Tuesday we had a Board game party. It was really good when I realised that we had two lessons together with other groups. In the beginning I already knew that I wouldn’t win. It was more interesting for me to play and earn points, so I started to be very active and focused on the event. First three games were the best to earn points and last two were the worst ones. I was very unlucky because I had three best games first, so I couldn’t change my total score in the end. I didn’t earn a lot of points in the Mr Theo’s game, so it was my mistake. But I really liked this game. I hope we will have more events like this in the future.
I liked those games a lot. They were funny and hazardous. We played five games and earned some points. At the end of the event we counted the total score each of us had. Five pupils from our class got interesting prizes.
I liked the party a lot. I had never played some of the games before. Something I didn’t like though. The 3rd place winner got 51 points and I had 50! That’s not fair!