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YOUTH GROUPS

YOUTH GROUP EVENTS

Q-ZAR is your resource for your next youth group outing.  Great for Sports Teams, Scouts, Church Temples and School Groups.

BASIC LASER MISSION

  • 3 Games of Laser Tag
  • 1 Hour Unlimited Video Game Card or $10 Game Card

TOTAL MISSION LENGTH: 1 Hour and 45 Minutes

SUPREME LASER MISSION

  • 3 Games of Laser Tag
  • 3 Hour Unlimited Video Game Card or $20 Game Card

TOTAL MISSION LENGTH: 3 Hours

Your mission begins in the Laser Tag briefing room where your guests get the mission specific instructions.  Guests will be split into two teams, Red and Green, and then battle their way through three Laser Tag games.  High score takes victory!  Finally after Laser Tag, guests will receive their game cards.

Unlimited Video Game Cards will not accrue e-tickets and will not work on some games, such as, but not limited to, prize, photo, ticket or card dispensing games.
*valid for youth group organizations – proof of organization such as a NYS Sales Tax Exempt form and/or organizational letterhead may be required. 

STEM INSPIRED FIELD TRIP

STEM PACKAGE

$ 13
95
per student
  • 3 Games of Laser Tag
  • 3 Hour Unlimited Video Game Card or $5 Game Card (20 credits)

VALID MONDAY TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER TO JUNE

  • Can accommodate up to 120 people
  • Start times from 9am-3pm
  • Exclusions apply, only available during school times, not valid on holidays, weekends, etc.
  • NYS Educators only

LESSON PLAN

FUN FACTS

The idea for laser tag was born when creator George Carter III was watching a battle scene in the film Star Wars. What we once thought of as far-fetched future technology is now a widely played game. When firing a “shot: in laser tag, you see a laser beam, which is for affect only. What scores the actual hit or tag on your opponent is usually an infrared signal, similar to the signal used to change the channel from your television remote control. Think about other inventions that have seemed like fiction just 20 years ago. What types of technology might be invented 25 years in the future? Instead of taking the bus to laser tag, you could be saying, “Beam me up, Scotty!”

The U.S. military started experimenting with laser combat simulation for training, which inspired the toy lasers that were developed a few years later.

WHAT TO WONDER

Ask: How does the game function? How does the laser “tag” the player?

Observe how your teammates react and interact. Remember to stay positive – everyone is different and brings a unique advantage to the team.

Describe how each team member contributes to the activity. Describe the rules and procedures of the game.

Opinion: What type of player are you – competitive, all about fun and the spirit of the team? What do you think about cheating during sports or games?

Compare everyone’s experience during the activity. What aspect was the hardest and why? What was the most fun?

Challenge students to predict the game outcome, to improve their skills by using basic math or physics concepts.

FOLLOW UP

Discuss the importance of teamwork or “playing the game.” In what other situations might you need these skills? Is it important to play by the rules? Why or why not?

Research the history of the game.

Project: Design and play a mini version of the game at your school, and challenge students to use basic math or physics to help.

SUMMER CAMP LASER TAG PACKAGE

STANDARD PACKAGE

  • 3 Games of Laser Tag
  • 1 Hour Unlimited Video Game Card or $5 Game Card (20 credits)

PREMIUM PACKAGE

  • 3 Hours of Unlimited Laser Tag
  • 3 Hour Unlimited Video Game Card or $10 Game Card (40 credits)

VALID JUNE 27th - SEPTEMBER 2nd 2022 ONLY

  • Can accommodate up to 120 people
  • Not valid on weekends
  • Start times from 10am-4pm
  • Exclusions apply

UPGRADES

  • Additional Game Card Credits
  • Additional Laser Tag
  • Axe Throwing Session 
  • Food & Drink Packages
  • Private Lunch Rooms

*tax  not included