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Roll for Shoes
Roll for Shoes

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Students will learn the rules and play several rounds of Roll for Shoes. Roll for Shoes is a cooperative game, not a competitive one. In other words, you don’t compete against the other players and you don’t win by beating them. Instead, there are a lot of different ways to “win” the game. The common denominator in every victory condition is “fun.” In Roll for Shoes, creativity and oral storytelling reigns supreme.

Issuer:

Northside Afterschool Enrichment Programs

Badge Type: knowledge

Expected Duration: 12 hours

Critera

  1. [required] Student can communicate rules of Roll for Shoes
  2. [required] Student participates in at least 10 games where he/she actively creates the story and makes connections among the different avenues (disciplines) the game takes.
  3. [required] Student’s game character achieves at least one of its goals because the player can think critically and creatively for at least 10 games
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