First Official U.S. Bananagrams Tournament Set to Begin
Friday, August 28, 2015
The challenge is free to enter and is open to 500 schools across Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts, invites children from grades 4,5,6 to play a series of bananagrams games with classmates. This portion of the tournament will run over a five week period starting in January of 2016 and concluding in February of 2016,
Then by a process of elimination each school will come up with a champion who will then go on to compete in a series of online games using grade appropriate spelling lists for one of 12 places at the grand finale in April of 2016.
The child that wins the tournament will receive a trophy and a prize of $1,000 for their school.
For more information, click here.
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