This Friday the LTS School Library hosts International Games Day @ Your Library. Ask your teacher if YOUR CLASS is signed up!
International Games Day @ Your Library is coming up! Public Libraries around the world will be celebrating on Saturday, November 21st. Meanwhile School Libraries will observing the day tomorrow, Friday, November 20th.
Join us as we celebrate the immense educational benefits of gaming, especially the under-appreciated value of board games. The vast majority of our students are experienced with video games. But for too many students today, they grow up unfamiliar with board games and the amazing rewards that come from board games.
Along with being fun, board games can be educational and can contribute to the development of valuable life skills.
It is coming soon…
Find out more: International Games Day @ Your Library
- Settlers of Catan
- King of Tokyo
- Trivial Pursuit
What are some of your favourites? Leave a comment to let us know!
International Games Day @ Your Library
November 15, 2013
Just another couple days until International Games Day @ Your Library!
Take a look at the map to see the locations of libraries all over the world that will be taking part!
For more information, check out the official home page
International Games Day @ Your Library is just a few weeks away– your school library is hosting a day of gaming on Friday, November 15. Ask your teacher if your class is coming!
Here are just SOME of the games that we have in our collection.
Keep in mind that these games can be borrowed at any time, not just on Games Day!
Your School Library Learning Commons is hosting its 2nd Annual “International Games Day @ Your Library” on Friday, November 15th. All day long you can come down to celebrate the educational, recreational, and social value of all types of games. Join with thousands of people all over the world who will gathering to game in school libraries on Friday, November 16th, and in public libraries on Saturday, November 16th. Ask your teacher if your class is coming! Stay posted for more details.