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Goals. Thanks @paulie__m for the photo on Instagram!

Goals. Thanks @paulie__m for the photo on Instagram!

Hi-Chew Fruit Chews - Green Apple   I tried them for the first time in my life this week, and they are goooood!!! it feels like gum but it massages your mouth somehow...lol

Hi-Chew Fruit Chews - Green Apple I tried them for the first time in my life this week, and they are goooood!!! it feels like gum but it massages your mouth somehow...lol

We Heart Hi-Chew.  They're sooo chewy.  Japan style, ~2011 packaging.

We Heart Hi-Chew. They're sooo chewy. Japan style, ~2011 packaging.

Hi-Chew in the vending machine! How trendy, UVU. Bothers me not... mel_leilani

Hi-Chew in the vending machine! How trendy, UVU. Bothers me not... mel_leilani

The perfect way to savor all the fun of 2014. Thanks to @mariahhumphries for this photo on Instagram! #hichew

The perfect way to savor all the fun of 2014. Thanks to @mariahhumphries for this photo on Instagram! #hichew

Individuals.

Individuals.

A succulent and chewy candy from Japan called Hi-Chew has taken hold at Wellesley Middle School this year.

A succulent and chewy candy from Japan called Hi-Chew has taken hold at Wellesley Middle School this year.

We used the LARGER candy packs for this game, making sure there were enough to stack them by 3’s. The original game uses 51 blocks to stack, we had 48 packs to build ours. Stack your packs by 3, switching direction for each layer. Once you have them all set, try to move one piece at a time from somewhere in the bottom or middle area, then re-stack it on the top, building up your Jenga board. See how far you can stack them, playing until someone’s block makes the whole thing tumble!

3 Family Games to Play with Candy

We used the LARGER candy packs for this game, making sure there were enough to stack them by 3’s. The original game uses 51 blocks to stack, we had 48 packs to build ours. Stack your packs by 3, switching direction for each layer. Once you have them all set, try to move one piece at a time from somewhere in the bottom or middle area, then re-stack it on the top, building up your Jenga board. See how far you can stack them, playing until someone’s block makes the whole thing tumble!

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