We are adding a new group to our offerings—our first social group to use video games! This one will begin in October, using the popular video game Minecraft to help players connect and communicate with each other as they co-create a fantastic world.
The group is facilitated in person at the Game to Grow headquarters, and players will have the opportunity to continue building at home between sessions. Participants will build skills related to planning and follow-through, collaborative communication, compromise and self-advocacy—all while playing a game they love and celebrating a shared interest.
Based on interest, we plan to start the group next Friday, November 1st, at the Game to Grow office in Kirkland, from 6:30 to 8:00. The group would run the same time every week for six sessions: November 1st to December 13 with no group on November 29th. The facilitator for this group will be Johnny Spangler.
The cost for the group will be $360 for the six sessions.
Participants must have experience with the computer version of Minecraft. Console and tablet versions of Minecraft won’t translate well to the PC version, although if participants have experience with the tablet/console version of Minecraft and are also fluent with computer games that use the mouse and keyboard to look around (games like “Overwatch” or “Fortnite” are popular examples of this type of game), that should be fine.
Participants must have a Minecraft account and be able to log in to their account on their own (parents may provide us with the login and password to log on participants from groups if that is preferred).
We’ll provide computers for use during sessions.
Interested in this group? Please register here!
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com!