Splatoon 3 - Weekly Video Game Gaming and Socializing Club
Lauren Snider - Best Teach's World
Does your kiddo LOVE to play Splatoon 3? They will love this class! This awesome, action-packed class, is great for levels 1-*99.
🎮 In Splatoon 3, you are an Inkling or Octoling that must help to claim "turf" for your team. Use your paint roller, paint gun, or blaster or many other weapons to color the board with your team's color. The team that "inks up" the most turf is the winner! At all classes: Students will join the teacher's private game. Students will play as many rounds of the game as time allows. During class, each student to choose a mode (Turf War, Rainmaker, Tower Control, Clam Blitz, or Splat Zones) and a...
Each student enrolled in the class must have: 1. Nintendo Switch or Nintendo Switch Lite Console 2. The game Splatoon 3 for Nintendo Switch 3. A subscription to Nintendo's online service
Prior to the class, the enrolled student (or parent) must sent the teacher their Nintendo Switch friend code. This can be found by following these steps: 1. Select your user icon from the HOME Menu to open your user page. 2. Select "Profile", and then check the right side of the screen to find your friend code. 3. Send this code to the teacher via the Outschool message system. Please do not share your friend code on the classroom page. Send it directly to the teacher through the Outschool message system. Splatoon 3 is considered a "first person shooter" game. However, the guns that are used look like bright colored water guns and the "ammunition" is paint. The rating for this game is Everyone 10+. You can read more about the game here: https://www.nintendo.com/store/products/splatoon-3-switch The following is more information from Nintendo regarding COPPA compliance and Nintendo https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/387/~/what-is-the-child-online-privacy-protection-act%3F-%28coppa%29 The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a U.S. federal law that applies to the online collection of personal information from children under 13 years of age. Before children age 12 and under can participate in any online activities, a parent or guardian must set up a Nintendo Network ID (NNID) or Nintendo Account for children under age 13. To verify that a parent or guardian has granted consent, they will need to provide a valid credit card number when setting up a Nintendo Account or NNID for the child. Once a child’s account has been created, parents can set restrictions on using specific online games, applications, and features.
Meet the teacher
Hi! My name is Lauren, but my students call me "Best Teach". I graduated from Westminster College in 2004 with a degree in Elementary Education. After graduating, I earned my Pennsylvania English as a Second Language Program Specialist K-12...
1x per week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(25)
Completed by 80 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class