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Hi. Hola. Bonjour. Como estas. welcome back to another blog post.
This week on chaos blog posts, we have another project. For humanities. Who could have guessed? Totally not me. Never.

Board games. You’ve heard of them, you’ve played them, you’ve probably detested them at some point. When you were a child, did you ever try and make one? How did that go? Bad I would guess. Board games are complicated and hard to make. They require so much thinking and making, not to mention the hundreds of cards you need to cut out. That is a pain most will never have to experience. For this project we had to make a board game about nationalism.

driving question time. AAAHHHHH

This weeks driving question: What did nationalism mean for people around Canada?
I will be honest, the concept of nationalism confuses me. I don’t understand it very well and I don’t know if I want to.

the main event of this project was creating board games about Canada and nationalism. I was in a group with Luca. Our plan was to create a game in which you were to travel around the board, whichever way you’d prefer, and try to complete all of your demands.

our rules:

our board:

This project, I feel like I found a good solution to my procrastination, wich was creating a good plan on how I was going to get all of the work done.

if you have made it this far, thank you for reading and good day.

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