Do more of what you do best -- everyday -- at school
Thanks again for your contribution to the conference...the ideas in your presentation are awesome!
If you enjoy using the Game of Life in this way, you might want to look for "The Game of Life, Twists and Turns" as an even better version for your uses. GoLTaT uses an electronic "LifePod" to keep track of players. A player wins by amassing the most "Life Points" (based upon positive experiences) rather than cash. There are four tracks to play on rather than one traditional (and rather heterocentric) track. In short, more flexibility and a greater opportunity to discuss talents.
Another game which might be great with kids would be "Forbidden Island." It is a unique, cooperative game in which the team must gather four artifacts from a sinking island. Each player has special "skills" that allow her to break one of the rules to help the team. It works on several levels for strengths, both in the general discussion of talents as well as in the actual problem solving as a team. Forbidden Island
Thank you for bringing such wonderful insight and strengths application to us each day! I love your strengths tote!