Mondays, 3:15 – 4:45
March 2 - May 18 (11 Sessions)
(Note: There is no class on April 6)
Grades: 3rd - 8th
Magic: The Gathering is the most popular and extensive collectible card game in the world, in this game, wizards cast spells, summon creatures, and exploit magic objects to defeat their opponents. Created in 1993 by Professor Richard Garfield in order to teach his kids math this game has fascinated and entertained all kinds of people for a LONG time. A perfect mixture of gameplay and structure, personal strategy and planning, a healthy dose of luck, and a million possibilities. In this class, players can come together to play cards, build decks, and discuss strategies and all things Magic! In a casual environment, participants will build their strategy and math skills in a fun game of skill and chance. Students will understand that they are wizards with the power to battle enemy forces! Teacher Hannah will also share her expertise in altering cards. At the end of the session, there will be a Magic Tournament. You don’t need to know how to play at all, or even have a single card to your name to get involved.
About Hannah Murray. Hannah is an assistant teacher here at High Meadow and also teaches in our art electives program. She has been a Magic player and card art alterer for many years!