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Games in our Homeschool and some of our favorites
games,  language arts,  math,  music,  science

Using Games in our Homeschool

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My husband has always loved games, he even has a group of friends that get together every month to play games. So it comes as no surprise to me that both my kids ask to play games often.

The only games I played when I was younger were pretty much Clue with my brother and endless rounds of Monopoly with one of my cousins (we did not play by the rules).

We don’t have a huge selection of games but we are slowly building it over birthdays and Christmases, games are such a great gift to give kids.

Thankfully almost every game out there has some kind of educational benefit to it so I can feel good with incorporating them into our homeschool day, the kids are still learning skills but they don’t even know it.

Some of the skills kids learn when playing games include:

  • developing fine motor skills
  • social skills
  • learning how to win or lose graciously
  • cooperation
  • following directions
  • math skills
  • deductive reasoning
  • strategy
  • and lots more!

I thought I would share a few of our current favorite games.

[mybooktable book=”outfoxed” display=”summary” buybutton_shadowbox=”false”]

[mybooktable book=”circuit-maze” display=”summary” buybutton_shadowbox=”false”]

[mybooktable book=”sushi-go” display=”summary” buybutton_shadowbox=”false”]

[mybooktable book=”robot-turtles” display=”summary” buybutton_shadowbox=”false”]

[mybooktable book=”scrabble-junior” display=”summary” buybutton_shadowbox=”false”]

What are your favorite games to use in your homeschool?

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