Gigamic publishes games since 1991. Quarto, Quoridor, Panic Lab, Marrakech, Katamino...

New Educator's Guides

Learn through play

Article published on 14/01/2016

We asked teachers to help us develop educator's guides for playing our games in a learning environment. These sheets can be used in the classrom or at home, download them for free!

 

Game Objectives and school level target Download the sheet for free
Quarto • Objectives:
- learn and use an accurate vocabulary to sort and describe real items.
- compare and arrange characteristics of an item.
- learn logical reasoning, pratice deduction.
• School level: 4 - 10 years,

In English : click here
In French : click here
In German : click here
Quoridor • Objectives:
- learn to navigate in space and move on a grid pattern;
- learn logical reasoning;
- learn to anticipate actions and events.
• School level: 4-10 years.
In English : click here
In French : click here
In German : click here
Katamino

• Objectives:
- Learn basic properties of flat and 3d figures.
- Introduction to space geometry.
- Learn logical reasoning.
• School Level : 4-10 years.

 

In English : click here
In French : click here
In German : click here
Quixo   Objectives :
- learn to anticipate;
- learn to reason logically;
- move an object with a precise objective.

• School level: 5 to 11 years
In English : click here
In French : cliquez-ici
Pylos  • Objectives:
- learn to anticipate and develop short and long term strategies;
- situate an object in relation to yourself or another object;
- learn to save your resources.
• School level: 5 to 11 years
In English : click here
In French : cliquez-ici
Panic Lab

 • Objectives :
- Learn and use accurate and precise vocabulary (shapes, patterns)
- Learn quick observation
- Find an object combining criteria
• School level : 3 to 11 years.
In English : click here
In French : cliquez-ici
Imagidice Booklet

 • 40 sheets (Teacher's note and  Student worksheet) around english

• School level : all

In English : click here

Partagez cet article sur :

Twitter Facebook Google+

Back to the list