HONOLULU (KHON2) — Kamaile Academy students got something new to play with on Friday.
It’s called a Rigamajig play system. It lets students build something using wooden slats, wheels, and child-friendly screws.
When children use the play system, it teaches them how to work together, how to communicate, and how to work through problems.
The play system is a gift from law firm Morgan Stanley and the national non-profit KaBOOM!
Kamaile Academy is a charter school with 980 students from the Waianae Community. Students can attend from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade.
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