Learning and Families offers clubs that can either be student-led or adult led. These are opportunities for our community to share their interests and passions with other LAF homeschool families. Clubs are intended to enrich the homeschool experience. These are open to anyone enrolled in the LAF Support Community. Families do not have to be registered with the LAF Co-op to join a club.
Nerf blasters are a staple of toy collections worldwide, and collecting and playing with Nerf blasters is one of the most fun hobbies a person can have. Still, one of the most complex parts of this hobby is learning about it and finding people to play with, this club allows students who enjoy Nerf to learn, theorize, play, and have fun with Nerf blasters. There will be a classroom component (about 20 minutes) and then target practice to implement new skills.
Jan 9: Introduction to Nerf
Jan 16: Technical Deep Dive
Jan 23: Safety
Jan 30: Month Summary and Brainstorming
Feb 6: Other Brands
Feb 13: An Overview of Different Lines of Nerf
Feb 20: Game Types
Feb 27: Month Summary and Brainstorming
Mar 5: Modding and Custom Blasters
Mar 12: Other Types of Blasters and Rounds
Mar 19: Unique Tech in Nerf
Mar 26: Month Summary and Brainstorming
Apr 2: Targets and Ways to Practice
Apr 9: How to Store Nerf Blasters and Ammo
Apr 16: Nerf Youtubers and How to Research Nerf
Apr 23: How to Buy Nerf Blasters
Apr 30: How to Develop Your Muscle Memory and Instincts
May 7: Year Summary and Brainstorming
At the end of each month is a privately hosted Nerf war at a local park where the things we learned that month are implemented (potluck dishes to share). At the end of the year, we have our final Nerf war, where we’ll play a couple of different games and show off our skills.
Everyone must bring a Nerf blaster (It doesn’t matter which one as long as it works). They must also bring at least 25 darts to class each week and 100 darts to each Nerf war.