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Sam5

Senior Member
I did a chess and checker club and a separate club for other board games. I had a packed house. Chess is wonderful for thinking and strategy. I personally think every child should at least be taught at least the basics.

Another great game club is a Scrabble Club. I used to teach it to my students in stages. Starting by playing without the board and then moving to using a board.


It is often easy to ask around and people have these board games sitting around their house and are willing to donate them.
 

bookgeek59

Senior Member
Depending on how long each club meeting time is, what about a fitness/wellness club?

Ideas for activities include:
-yoga/stretching
-breathing/guided meditation
-healthy cooking-snacks, sweet treats (yogurt and fruit, healthier brownies with applesauce or banana instead of oil, etc.)
-walks outdoors
-outdoor scavenger hunts
-journaling/vision boards
-simple personal grooming: manicures (minus polish), making a moisturizer/lip balm with essential oils, etc.)
 
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