Nintendo Labo has been brought to the classroom for the very first time at Southgate Primary School in London on June 21, 2018.
A class of 30 children aged between 11 and 12 were taught how to build, play, and discover various Toy-Con projects in Nintendo Labo. Parents also got to learn the education benefits Nintendo Labo provides to children.
The lesson plan thought out by school teacher Chris McGivern are as follows:
Using mathematical knowledge to ascertain position, direction, and movement of Nintendo LaboRC cars; exploring the technology behind Labo’s interaction with the Nintendo Switch; and using logical reasoning to predict the behaviour of their Toy-Cons.
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