Games




Engagement in physical activities offers opportunities for social interaction that contribute to especially a child’s development. Games offer the same opportunities while enhancing skill development including the ability to listen and follow instructions, sharing, wait for their own turn, develop critical thinking and analysis skills, learn to strategize, and choose appropriate actions based on inference.
In addition to playing games for fun, students will engage in the “round robyn” process where they are encouraged to support members of their team to represent them in a weekly competition. Games include Uno, Scrabble, checkers, Mancala, Sorry, Boggle, jacks, pick-up-sticks, and more!




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