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CVA Board Game Assembly!


Board games are a great way for people to come together and enjoy some friendly competition. They can be played by all ages and offer endless hours of entertainment. But what if you could design your own board game? That's exactly what some of our students are doing.



Students were testing their own designed board game.


Designing a board game is an excellent way to exercise creativity, problem-solving skills, and critical thinking. It can also be a fun way to learn about game mechanics, rules, and game theory. Designing a board game can be a great project that combines all of these skills and more.



The steps that students took to design their own board game:


✅Step 1: Brainstorm game idea


The first step in designing board game is to come up with a concept or idea. Student can draw inspiration from existing games, books, movies, or even real-life experiences. Think about what kind of game they want to create, the theme, the objectives, and the game mechanics.


✅Step 2: Create a prototype


Once student have their game idea, start creating a prototype. This can be as simple as drawing the game board on paper, cutting out cards, or using game pieces from other games. The goal of the prototype is to test out the game mechanics and see how the game plays.


✅Step 3: Playtest the game


After students have a prototype, it's time to playtest their game which was yesterday!!!. Playtesting is when students and teachers play their game and give feedback on how to improve it. This also can be done with friends and family. Take notes on what worked, what didn't work, and what can be improved.


🚧Step 4: Refine the game


Based on the feedback students received during playtesting, refine their game. This could mean changing the game mechanics, the rules, or even the game pieces. The goal is to make their game as fun and engaging as possible.


🚧Step 5: Finalize the game


Once students have refined their game, it's time to finalize it. This means creating the game board, game pieces, and any other components you need. Students can also create a rulebook to explain how to play the game.


🚧Step 6: Share the game


Finally, Students will share game with others at the end of the term. This can be done by playing it with classmate and teachers bringing it to game conventions.

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