Non-Electronic Gaming

Monday, June 20th through Thursday, June 23rd

FOR STUDENTS GOING INTO 4TH AND 5TH GRADE

8:30 - 12:30 at Junior High East in the Art Room

The Non-Electronic Gaming summer camp, hosted by the Boyertown Area School District, is designed to unhook your child from their electronic devises and spark their joy of having face-to-face interactions with their peers. Students will be taught the basic fundamentals of playing with their classmates, work collaboratively as a group, and understand good sportsmanship through the discovery of various board games, card games, and outside play. Each day, students will explore the different game themes and it will end with them using their creativity and imagination to generate their own games.

Play old and new games with old and new friends!

Monday Itinerary:

Students are invited to bring their favorite board games. For example: Candy Land, Life, Mouse Trap, Sorry, Parcheesi, Risk, Clue, and etc. After a morning of rotating to the different games, students will get the rest of the day to create their own board games with their partners.

Tuesday Itinerary:

Students are invited to bring their favorite card game For example: deck of cards (War, Rummy, Solitaire), Old Maid, Go Fish, Spot-It, Uno, Match, and etc. After a morning of rotating to the different games, students will get the rest of the day to create their own card game with their partners.

Wednesday Itinerary:

Students are invited to bring their favorite non-board game. For examples: Jenga, Operation, Battle Ship, Mancala, Scategories, Don't Break the Ice, Head Bands, Connect Four, Yahtzee, Scrabble, and etc. After a morning of rotating to the different games, students will get the rest of the day to create their own games with their partners.

Thursday Itinerary:

Students should wear sneakers and be prepared to be outside. We will play group games such as Follow the Leader, Red Light Green Light, scavenger hunt, group challenges, and etc. After a morning of playing different games, students will get the rest of the day to create their own obstacle course with their partners.

Depending on the weather, the schedule may change, but parents and students will be notified prior to any changes.

Guaranteed to spark creativity and a new love of non-electronic games!

Supervised by Mrs. Robbins