For the Learning Studios Play to Learn Design Challenge, students at Riverside Middle School in Greer, South Carolina created an air hockey game that teaches players about ice hockey.

The students used cardboard and white duct tape to create the “rink” of the air hockey game. They 3D printed the goals and pucks, which are played with two cardboard sticks wrapped in duct tape to keep them sturdy. Players use the sticks to try and get the puck into the opponent’s goal to get a point. The first player to earn 10 points wins, however, after each goal, the scorer reads a trivia question to their opponent and if the opponent answers correctly, they also score a point!


About Elyse Gainor

Elyse Gainor is a Project Associate with Digital Promise Global.

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