Games

Option-Play - opening box

OPTION PLAY edition 2

  • OPTION PLAY is a fun tool and social card game that helps students feel confident as they prepare for the transition from high school to college.
  • Players will have lots of fun as they read through a range of scenarios experienced by first-year college students.
  • The game requires players to use answer cards to choose or invent serious, silly, innovative, and risky possibilities.
  • With OPTION PLAY, students will enjoy laughing and competing with each other, and getting immediate feedback from the group about their choices. 

 

Packages

 

High School SENIOR TRANSITION

Columbia Secondary

Columbia Secondary

Embrace, Don't Run

  • One OPTION PLAY game unit for every 10 students (suggested)
  • Worksheet with Components 1-8 for seniors to complete before the workshop
  • 1 hour meeting with counselors to learn how to use OPTION PLAY, and to develop a transition plan for senior class based on counselor assessment, before or after workshop 
  • 1 - 3 hour session workshop with students to play and debrief OPTION PLAY, and process Components 1-8.

 


College

Using OPTION PLAY with college freshman

  • One OPTION PLAY game unit for every 10 students
  • 1 hour session with RAs to play OPTION PLAY
  • 1-2 hour session to plan using OPTION PLAY with students, connecting this to required learning outcomes, and learn about customizable options for one-on-one counseling and smaller groups

You get into it, and it’s a fun game to play, which is also important, so you are having a good time and you are bonding with people, and you are actually getting experience for what college will be like. So, that is definitely worth it.
— Gabi, Fordham
Maybe this specific situation won’t happen with my roommate but now I kind of understand the right thought processes for myself.
— Nick, Drexel