- multicultural and ethnic festivals
- religious holy days from all major religions
- environmental days to celebrate and honor our planet
- United Nations International Days such as “Global Youth Service Day“
- fun holidays that celebrate friendship, empathy, and kindness
- a summary table. Plan for the materials or equipment needed to play each game, as well as the best setting to play (indoor/outdoor) and the number of children needed to play.
- a world map. Students keep their own copy to track the countries they have played games from.
- 35 instruction cards. The colorful cards, decorated with the country’s flag, include clear instructions to prepare and play the game, its country of origin, and printables when necessary.
- 8 extension activities. Students compare games, invent a new game, research other games, and more!
I love her games! These can be used in the classroom, or homeschool. I would also venture to use them in cultural playdates, or parties. When planning a lesson on Ghana, Japan or Australia play one of the games, and the kids will love it!