Bring Village to Your Learning Community

Game of Village can be integrated into a traditional school program, or be run as a stand alone program for groups of 16 - 28 children, aged 8 - 14 years. It can be designed to cover weeks, months or a full year. It can be tailored to almost any physical environment, be based on an endless range of story lines and designed to focus on any skill set or desired content.​

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Village into your child's school or learning community,

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The Game of Village (c) was designed by Cornelia Islelin in the 1970's, where it has been run as a summer camp ever since. It's original purpose is fun, it's uses as an educational and personal growth and development tool for young people are varied, multitudinous and undeniable!

Game of Village is a hands on role playing game designed to de-mystify the adult world. Each game is set in a specific time and place in history. Through play, we design, build and bring to life, an historically accurate scale model village. We explore a range of building techniques, histories, social studies, governments, civics, cultures, applied math and more. Collaboration, cooperation and creative problem solving are all daily fare in Village. Villagers open businesses, apply for jobs, attend college, participate in their local government and more. Each game is inherently unique and arises from the imaginations of the players themselves. For this reason Villagers may play year after year, learning more about themselves and the world around them as they play.

Peeps love to have multiple outfits, so we make them more!

An Ancient Roman peep in the Ancient Rome peep photo booth.

A villager introduces her peep to the Village.

Peeps love to party!

Settling into camp at the Rubicon Valley.

An Ancient Roman peep altar, or "lares."

Peep wedding attendants.