Campbell Hall Family

Super Bowl Weekend


February 5-7, 2021

Please join us for a weekend of family games as we gear up for the ultimate game of the season - the Super Bowl!

This FREE weekend of fun includes grade-level virtual games, CH E-gaming tournament finals viewing, and Super Bowl-themed festivities.

Schedule of Virtual Events

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5

*Grades K-3 Games // 5 pm - 6 pm
*Grades 4-6 Games // 6 pm - 7 pm

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6

CH E-Gaming Tournament Finals Viewing // 2 pm
Grades 7-8 Games // 7 pm
Grades 9-11 Games // 7 pm
Class of 2021 Senior Games // 8 pm 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7

Grade-Level Family Pre-Game Parties // 2 pm
Super Bowl LV Kick-Off // 3:30 pm

*An adult must be present for participants in grades K-6.

Game Details

All games are family-friendly and families are encouraged to play together. An adult must be present for participants in grades K-6. Please let us know how many screens in your household that will be used.

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  • Grades K-3 Disney-Themed Games

    Trivia
    Players answer trivia about all the Disney favorites!

    Pictionary
    This is the classic Pictionary game, but with a Disney-themed twist. One team draws, the other teams guess!

    Fact Match
    Teams match the faces of the other teams’ players with their facts, immediately after all facts are submitted.

    Lip Sync Battle
    All players vote on which Disney song they’d like to lip sync. Once the song is selected by popular vote, each player takes a turn, singing one line of the song at a time, until the song has been completed. The more enthusiastic you are, the more points you get!
  • Grades 4-6 Games

    Lip Sync Battle
    All players vote on which song they’d like to lip sync. Once the song is selected by popular vote, each player takes a turn, singing one line of the song at a time, until the song has been completed. The more enthusiastic you are, the more points you get!

    Rebus Puzzles
    Teams work to decipher images that are strung together to represent a phrase (or movie/book/music, etc, title).

    Trivia
    Players answer age-appropriate trivia questions!

    Team Draw
    Players receive a prompt and are given a few minutes to create a picture together which will be voted on by the other teams, similar to Pictionary.
  • Grades 7-8 Games

    Around the World Amazing Race (teen edition):
    Just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t go around the world in 60 minutes! This virtual adventure will send kids, on teams, in search of answers to fun questions that they find on websites for museums and historic landmarks around the world. Your group will meet with our host on this Zoom game, learn the rules, then head into virtual breakout rooms where teams will use our browser-based app to follow clues, find websites, and enter answers. Stops along the way include...
    • A 360-degree view of the ancient streets of Pompeii, Italy
    • A dash through caves in France in search of prehistoric paintings
    • A creepy “mermaid” from Japan who now lives in London
    • A swim with fish through a 19th-century shipwreck at the Great Barrier Reef
    • A live panda cam in the Wolong Grove Panda Yard, China

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  • Grades 9-11 Games

    Trivia
    Players answer age-appropriate trivia questions on a variety of topics including, music, sports, and pop culture.

    Pictionary
    This is the classic Pictionary game, but with a Disney-themed twist. One team draws, the other teams guess!

    Face Mashup
    We show a composite photo of two celebrities’ faces photoshopped together and teams guess who the two combined people are.

    Fun Fact & Fact Match
    Each player answers a simple question about themselves (“give us a fun fact about yourself,” “who would you most like to take to dinner?” “name an item on your bucket list,” etc.). Teams match the faces of the other teams’ players with their facts.

    Scavenger Hunt
    We present a simple riddle about a common household item and one player representing the team goes to retrieve that item. The first player back with the correct item gets the most points (this is a physically active game!).
  • Class of 2021 Senior Games

    Trivia: Where In The World?
    Photo clues of destinations all over Earth with multiple-choice options for teams to identify as fast as possible.

    Brain Burners
    Teams solve mind-bending riddles & puzzles.

    Fact Match
    Teams match the faces of the other teams’ players with their facts, immediately after all facts are submitted.

    Face Mashup
    We show a composite photo of two celebrities’ faces photoshopped together and teams guess who the two combined people are.

    Name That Tune/Movie
    Players listen to or view a clip of a song, music video, or movie and teams guess what it is! Sometimes the clip is backwards for an extra challenge.

    Scavenger Hunt
    We present a simple riddle about a common household item and one player representing the team goes to retrieve that item. The first player back with the correct item gets the most points (this is a physically active game!).
  • Grade-Level Zoom Parties on Sunday, 2 pm

    Grade-Level Virtual Super Bowl Zoom Parties
    • A great way to safely engage the whole family with CH friends and families before the “Big Game.”
    • Connect with other families whom you may not know!
    • We will help you put together a fun agenda, from grilling tips, favorite game-day appetizers, game suggestions for all ages both outside and on-screen.
Questions? Please contact Tracy Settel: settelt@campbellhall.org
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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