Brainstorm some games! Name of Game? What do you do? How do you win? Think… How could the game board show Middle Ages events? What kinds of tokens would be appropriate for this game? Should there be some "provisions" or "rewards" available to the move the game along? What kinds of positive or negative elements might be used to advance or delay a player as he or she tries to get to make their way through the Middle Ages? Think of some positive elements (building a kingdom, successful crops/food, building long ships, building an army, gaining money, gaining loyalties, conquering land, winning a jousting tournament, being knighted) and some negative elements (the plague, being attacked, bad crops/natural disasters, famine). Parts to your board game… 1. Game Board 2. Rules -how to play, how to win 3. Question Cards -at least 10 per group member Additional pieces: -Tokens -Dice/Spinner/Draw Cards -Additional game cards -The game can be told from a Viking’s perspective, a Knight’s perspective, or an individual making their way through Middle Ages timeline (knight, noble, peasant) -Can create a castle or other design elements to add to your game The boards can be as detailed as you like. You can create traditional flat boards, pop-up boards, boards with pieces, etc. Create boards where the game requires players to move their pieces up a tower, through holes in the board, and more! What could you use to make your game board? File folder Pizza box Cardboard What to think about… What type of game is it? What style of game board? How will you incorporate the question cards? What other cards will you use? -chance cards, strategy cards, action cards How do you win? - make it to an end point first, points/money, conquer the most land What are the rules? Scoring Guide for Games Project Use of appropriate key words: 1 2 3 4 Use of variety of unit material: 1 2 3 4 Information is accurate: 1 2 3 4 Meaning of questions and answers is clear: 1 2 3 4 Title is meaningful and appropriate: 1 2 3 4 Correct spelling, capitalization, and punctuation: 1 2 3 4 Game board is neat, attractive, and creative: 1 2 3 4 Game rules are clear and easy to follow: 1 2 3 4 Game has a good variety of questions: 1 2 3 4 Game is easy to follow, use, and play: 1 2 3 4 Group collaborated, shared work, and used time wisely: 1 2 3 4 At least 10 cards created by group member student: 1 2 3 4 Peer evaluation mark: 1 2 3 4 Be Creative! Be Imaginative! The boards can be as detailed as you like. You can create traditional flat boards, pop-up boards, boards with pieces, etc. Create boards where the game requires players to move their pieces up a tower, through a castle, through holes in the board, and more! Have fun!