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Just OneAdd to cart
Dustin recommends Just One as a great game to review terminology for a specific unit or content area. It is also a great game for language learning. And an amazing party game for playing at home with friends and family!
Just One is a cooperative party game in which you play together to discover as many mystery words as possible. Find the best clue to help your teammate. Be unique, as all identical clues will be cancelled! A complete game is played over 13 cards. The goal is to get a score as close to 13 as possible. In case of a right answer, the players score 1 point. In case of wrong answer, they lose the current card as well as the top card of the deck. Thus losing 2 points. In case of lack of answer, the players only lose the current card, and therefore only 1 point. You have the choice – make the difference!
Time: 20 minutes (5 minutes/round)
WavelengthAdd to cart
Dustin recommends Wavelength as a great addition to your class whether you already have an established board game library or are looking to get started. It is a fantastic game that can be used as a tool for building relationships with your students. Each round can be played in less than 5 minutes and it can be used as a collaborative or competitive game to suit your learning environment. Also, it makes for a great party game to play at home with friends and family!
Wavelength is a social guessing game where two teams compete to read each other`s minds. Teams take turns rotating a dial to where they think a hidden bullseye is located on a spectrum. One of the players on your team – the Psychic – knows exactly where the bullseye is, but can only get your team to guess. After the Psychic gives their clue, your team discusses where they think the bullseye is located and turns the dial to that location on that spectrum. The closer to the center of the bullseye you guess, the more points your team scores!
Time: 30 to 45 minutes (5 minutes/round – great for advisory periods or short games)