I quickly realized that I needed many more to be able to functionally play with a large class, so I enlisted my friends and family to color with me one weekend and created a set. Then all my kids could play, and even the older kids got into it when I introduced the game to them. The trick is, the content is in the cards, not the board...this game board is used for any unit any way you want.
Now, I know what you're thinking...
why don't you make them do it?
Yeah, that took me another 2 years...
FINALLY, I figured out that not only can they color in the templates for me, but they could use the templates, just like I do, to make their games and to integrate culture and content and be creative in groups and..and..and... The possibilities were ENDLESS!
I provide the folder, the project guidelines, the brainstorm page and the game board template itself.
They use this planning sheet to decide what they want to teach within the Unit, how they want to teach it, rules, cultural integration, design, game play and everything else. It's completely hands off for me the majority of the time, but look what they can do!
Here are some docs
to get you started.