Building Self Control with Fortnite: Monster Maze
In this workshop, our expert Gamer Guides lead kids through fun Fortnite activities to improve their self control skills.
Today’s Activity: Monster Maze
Welcome to Building Skills with Fortnite. This will be an online hour session where your child will play Fortnite with the focus of learning thinking skills & Executive Functions they can use in their everyday life! This session will be on the skill Self Control, with some hints of Self Awareness and flexibility in there as well.
Your child will join our Learning Works For Kids Discord at the appropriate time of your session and will team up with our trained Gamer-Guides. After introducing themselves, the Gamer-Guides and participants will hop into some Fortnite Gameplay!
As far as the actual Gameplay goes we will team up together in a creative hub created by the Learningworks Gamer Guides. Throughout the session we will exercise a couple of fun activities that practice your child’s Self Control skills including Monster Hunting and Maze events we’ve built before hand.
After every round completed we will reflect on how we could have done better, how self control and self awareness is a key to success. As well as how they can relate these skills they are using in there everyday life with examples.
Our goal is to learn a little something they can take with them into the everyday world with the mindset of having fun, working as a team and playing a game they enjoy while building life skills.
For more information about self control, visit the Self Control Page at LearningWorks for Kids.
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To join the live session, simply select the appropriate date and time below, then click on the Join Live Session button. If this is your child’s first Fortnite session, please make sure to view and follow our setup instructions.
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