We continue to playtest the MKE Waterscape game with adults in April to prepare for playtesting with kids in May.
Riveredge Nature Center educators gave the game a go recently. Excited about the multiple levels of engagement, they started to envision ways the game could connect with middle-school and high-school curriculum, an effort we will be inviting teachers to explore more deeply this summer.
We also connected with some talented illustrators who will be creating the artistic maps and iconography for the game.
The Augmented Reality table was also on the road again, including at the MPS STEM Fair at Miller Park. And coming up, we'll be demonstrating the table up at Riveredge for their STEM Into Nature event May 3-5.