Everyone should be included in board game play

As gameschooling gains popularity, I couldn’t help but consider the kids who often get left out of the fun.
But not anymore!
Launching soon is a video series that will show you how to adapt commonly available board games for all players—including neurodivergent and disabled learners.
Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids

The series will take you through:

Modeling and teaching gameplay,
Providing alternate gameplay options, and
Modifying the game boards and game pieces so you can level up board games and make them inclusive for all players.

Perfect for homeschoolers, parents, educators, tutors, and therapists.

Don’t miss out on this game-changing opportunity! (See what I did there?)

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I’m Gabriella Volpe, B.Ed.

I am an educational consultant, licensed teacher, and disability advocate.

Gabriella Volpe Home Education Consultant