In this episode Giles and Don continue with the third instalment on essential games, this time we talk essential games for older kids. We mention games such as Forbidden Island, Say Anything Family, Wits and Wagers, Hey Thats my Fish, Downfall of Pompeii, No Thanks, Ticket to Ride, Qwirkle and more. We hope you enjoy
In this episode Giles and Don continue with the second installment on essential games, this time we talk essential games for middle school kids. We mention games such as Cube Quest, Zeus on the Loose, Rorys Story Cubes, Pictureka, Rattlesnake, Blokus, Say Anything, Poison, Sorts for Kids and more. We hope you enjoy!
Giles and Don start a trilogy of episodes covering some essential games for any game collection. In this episode, they talk about games that are fantastic for younger children, including Gulo Gulo, Animal Upon Animal, Dancing Eggs, Le Boomb, Sherlock, Chicken Cha Cha Cha, Make N Break, Spooky Stairs, Kids of Carcassonne and more.
In this episode of Games in Schools and Libraries, Giles and Don discuss two player games. We look at using two player games, their advantages, tournament play, making connections over the game board, managing space, and storage. We talk about such games as Hive, Chess, Go, Checkers, Guess Who, Ricochet Robots, Hey That’s my Fish, YuGiOh, Magic the Gathering, Bakugan, X-Wing, Memoir 44, Warhammer, Heroscape, Song of Blades and Heroes and a plain old deck of cards. We hope you enjoy!
In Episode 33 of Games in Schools and Libraries, Giles and Don talk about the learning that can take place as a result of important discussions had at the appropriate times. These meaningful discussions are essential in contextualising the learning from a game or activity.
In this episode Giles and Don talk reaching out. We discuss reaching out to different demographics as well as tailoring a program to suit those groups. We try and answer the all important question: how do you spread the word and get people to be aware of your games club or program?
In this episode Giles and Don talk game design. Giving students and patrons an opportunity to try their hand at game design, the ins and outs, our experiences and a little on the National Game Design Month.
This episode of Games in Schools and Libraries Giles and Don talk about events. We discuss running events, publicising events and different ways of fostering interest. We hope you enjoy.
Welcome to Episode 29, in this episode Giles and Don discuss their experience with games and children on the autism spectrum. If you have any thoughts or experience we would love to hear it, write in to email@example.com or post a thread in our guild.
Welcome to episode 28 of Games in Schools and Libraries. In this episode Giles and Don are joined by the enigmatic professor Scott Nicholson