Children Contests at Elliot's Beach

Published: 12th March 2016 06:23 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th March 2016 06:23 AM   |  A+A-


Funskool India Ltd is organising activities for children in the age group of 7-14 years as part of the ongoing ‘car-free Sundays’ events at Elliot’s beach in Besant Nagar. Children will be able to challenge their friends in a race against time as they test their mathematical and analytical skills through the fun games of ‘Brick Burst’ and ‘Rubik Race’. Based on the Rubik’s Cube, the Rubik’s Race is a fast paced game for two players to get their brains and fingers racing. Shake the scrambler and go head to head with the opponent to shift and slide the tiles to be the first to make the 3x3 centre match the pattern.

Its sounds easy, but the Rubik’s Race is a real game of skill, speed and dexterity. Brick Burst is a two-player smart game that tests one’s mathematical and colour recognition skills, as the contestants are required to quickly solve the equation and ‘pop out’ all the numbered bricks in the game.  Kids who win the mini-contests will get spot gifts! Those interested can approach the Funskool stall at the Elliot’s Beach for registration and enjoy these activities for a fun-filled Sunday.  The venue: Elliot’s Beach, Time: 6-9 am. Age: 7-14 years.

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