Photo #2: Students and parent volunteers played Murray (Bricklayer) a game from Poland. Students are trying to get from one side of the area to the other without getting tased by the Bricklayer.
Photo #3: Families are planning games from Mexico, India, and Israel. For Mexico, students and parents created Papel Picado with tissue paper and scissors. At the Israel table, students got to learn about and play Dreidel. The game from India was Carrom, a game similar to billiards, but played using your fingers and paying special attention to the Queen.