Lambeth College - Young Entrepreneur Designs a Traditional Ludi Game Board for the Nursery in Celebration of Black History Month
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London based young entrepreneur Ludi Queen (Aliyah) was commissioned by the nursery manager Pamela Hammond, to design handmade, traditional Ludi game boards for the nursery as part of our celebration of Black History Month 2020.


The Ludi/Ludo board game is a traditional family game for 2 to 4 players. The game was adapted from India and introduced in England in 1896, and is a popular game in Jamaica. Our Pre-School children will be taught how to play the game developing their knowledge and understanding of the world, maths, problem solving and personal and social skills. We also intend to play the game for team building sessions.

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