Protege Lead Board Game
Price: $10 (Without shipping charge outside Nigeria)
Protege LEAD game is the first African leadership board game. It educate players on basic leadership values while having fun. The game can be played by a maximum of 4 players at a time.
When you buy a pack of protege LEAD game for a child, you support the education of that child with a book, pen, pencil, eraser etc.
Protege LEAD game is the first African leadership board game. It educate players on basic leadership values while having fun. The game can be played by a maximum of 4 players at a time. The game has moved from the conventional way of teaching leadership in the four walls of a class, serminar, conference and training to teaching leadership using board game which can be played during leisure. We believe you can maximize your child, ward or your own leisure time to learn. Since school curriculum do not succinctly cover this area of need, it is therefore expedient to feel the environment with creative and innovative tools that will help our children take on the challenges of the future. The Protégé LEAD game is a board game with 41 playing cards, a dice, and 4-player cards. The game moves from the conventional way of teaching leadership in a class format to using a board game. We have gotten amazing testimonies from players on how the Protégé LEAD game has help in simplifying learning basic leadership values. The game also comes with a free book, pen, pencil, eraser, and ruler to support the education of the African child. We also tell social change stories on climate change, poverty, education etcetera using attractive and colorful comic books. The board game has been played by over 10,000 children and young adults across Africa.
I appreciate the protege lead game. I played it with my son, I enjoyed it and won!. The corresponding cards are educative. Kudos!!!
The protege lead game is very creative & educative. Every young child deserves to have one
I never believed i could learn leadership through a game, but the protege lead game prooved me wrong.
I took the protege lead game to my church, I played with teenagers in the church. They enjoyed the game and learnt a lot about teamwork, virtues and leadership. They found the game very interesting & educating.
I bought the game in Lagos during the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship forum 2016. I bought the game for my cousin as a souvenir. He's totally in love with the game.