After School Clubs
Breakdown of our After School Clubs
We cover a lot of topics but each is an important part of the overall game and it's playability. And if the game isn't playable, what was the point?
We have lesson plans, group work, and individual design time for these critical design topics:
Theme & Backstory┃The Board ┃Components┃Rules┃Playtesting┃Artwork┃The Pitch
Embracing “Organized Chaos”
Having a group of creative minds bustling about can come across as a wild experience. Each session is organized into three parts. The Lesson, The Activity, The Design. Each section acts as a funnel for our designers. New information is reinforced by a group game or activity. The Builder applies the new material to their game with the teacher readily available for any questions they may have.
Perfect For Late Elementary to Early Middle School
Through encouragement and assurance, we believe that little creators are capable of great things. Because of this belief, we aim to provide an environment that gives our creators room to design without hindrance or fear of failure.
Develop Problem Solving and Public Speaking skills
Throughout the 6 or 8 week program your little designer will be overcoming obstacles to their board game and on the final week they will present their newly created game to friends and family.
One of a Kind Experience
On the final week of the program, we invite you and yours to come to the pitch meeting where your little designer will present to you the game they’ve been working on, and afterward, you can play it with them, or go out to celebrate their fun creation.
Fall 2023 After School Clubs
Tuesday evenings starting 10/10 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm @ Lawson Elementary. Registration link coming soon!
-Tuesdays at Walnut Hills Starting October 17th at 3:45 - 5:15pm
-Thursdays at Grant Ragan Elementary Starting October 19th at 3:45 - 5:15pm
Wednesdays at 6pm. Registration opens soon!
Don't see your area or school listed above?
Let us know so we can get the ball rolling and run our club this coming Spring! Often times we need parents to tell the school there is interest before we are approved to run our program.
Once a district knows parents are interested in our program, everything falls into place quite quickly.