As gameschooling grows in popularity in alternative education, I think about the kids who continuously get left out.
While adapted board games exist on the market for neurodivergent and disabled kids, many are costly.
I wanted to find a way to use commonly available board games (that you perhaps already own) and find ways to make them accessible to all children. That’s how this series was born.
Learn how to adapt various game styles to make playing board games an inclusive activity in your home, classroom, or practice.
Visit all the posts in this Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series:
- Adapting Matching Games
- Adapting Chutes and Ladders Games
- Adapting Card Games
- Adapting 3D Games
- Adapting Physical Games
- Planning for Adapting Board Games (+ FREE Planner)
Interested in learning how to use the games you already own and make them accessible to all children? Launching soon is a video series showing you how to do just that!
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