S.C.O.R.E.
Start a Conversation on Race Equality
 

http://www.racismisbullying.com 

Ages 5+ (even adults can play!)
240 cards
6 Game pieces
up to 10 BONUS cards!
10 different ways to play

Crestview Elementary School, South Washington County District 833



"S.C.O.R.E. was such a great conversation starter!"  


-Ellie Olson, 8th Grade 

Cameron Anderson (16 years old),

really enjoyed playing with her girlfriends. "It's a great game to have a conversation and get to talk and play something unique".

 

"When can we play this game again? It was so interesting what other people thought when asking questions, plus I won!  Thanks for inventing this game, I can't wait to see it in my classroom better yet, I want my family to have this game for our game night."


-Katelyn Yang, 7th Grade

The Montbriands-  Clara Montbriand, Spanish Interpreter, Teacher. Greg Montbriand, Math Teacher

"We had so much fun, I didn't want to stop playing the game but it was getting so late. We had family and friends playing it with us! Wow! What a meaningful, enlightening game.  I would like to share this game with my students."







In Picture: 

Mr.Jesse, Paraprofessional at Park High School in Cottage Grove, MN and Rob M. (16 years old).


"This is a great game to start a conversation with others you don't really know."


 - Devon, 16 years old

Students' thoughts on race, culture, and ethnicity

WCCO News Reporter Bill Hudson reports on S.C.O.R.E.
at 2015 M.E.A. Conference  

People playing S.C.O.R.E

About Us
S.C.O.R.E.- Start a Conversation on Race Equality was created by Audrey Clausen in response to the harsh realities of racism in America and most importantly in the communities we live in. This game is targeted toward those that want to Start a Conversation on the Human Race (5+ up) and can be played at any age. Use this game for your school, business AND at home!

The S.C.O.R.E. game helps to start a conversation between people, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, political views, etc. At the end of the day we are all human and should be treated equally.

Check out S.C.O.R.E. Brochure

 
 
Conversation, unconditional love, self-esteem, race, diversity, pay it forward, sibling rivalry, loneliness, friendship, relationship, team building, handicap, caring, perception, different cultures or ethnicity, morale or values