Gaming Camp: Board and Card Games Club
Strategy is the name of this game!
Session 1: June 26-30
Session 2: July 17-21
All children ages 8-14
Deposit required: $500
Space is limited to 16.
Campers will learn a handful of games like Carcassonne, King of Tokyo, Catan and Castle Panic. They will learn about game mechanics including but not limited to: worker placement, risk vs. reward and basic probability, and resource management. Campers will also learn how to play healthily against each other in a safe environment, work on conflict resolution, and practice the skill of equitable negotiation, while learning how to cooperate together to complete exciting, complex and challenging tasks.
All gaming camps focus on fostering rigorous, self-motivated growth within students in all areas of their personal growth. Chess Camps focuses on enjoyment and empathy first, with the goal of nurturing our natural desire for discovery, knowledge, insight, understanding and play through games.
Camp Staff: Carlos Santiago
Carlos Santiago has been teaching scholastic chess and sharing the joy and excitement of chess for more than 10 years. He has taught at area schools, including Penn Charter, as well as providing individual and group private coaching. Carlos is also a professional violinist and brings planning and practice techniques learned in music preparation to learning chess.