Enjoy screen free, fun, frugal family nights with ideas from More Than A Movie: 50 Ideas for Fun and Frugal Family Nights!
A friend of mine posted how much her family loves a card game called Historical Conquest. My husband LOVES history. We LOVE games. So I quickly sent a note asking if they would be interested in a review being posted on Curriculum Choice – they happily agreed – so here we are today! So… what exactly is Historical Conquest? Well, as explained by the creator,
This wonderful family devotional guide by Clay Clarkson teaches character in five lessons a week for 24 weeks. The layout is simple – each day your family follows the “ARTS” system to learn that particular trait: Ask A Question Read The Bible Talk About It and Speak To God Each weekly character quality also has a commentary, definition and a modern day application. Your family
After my recent post on thinking games, I felt that this post on word games would be appropriate since our family enjoys several word games that are both fun and educational. One challenge about playing word games with the whole family is that it is necessary for children to be able to read, unless, of course, they are playing an introductory child’s word game (which
My family loves games. Over the years, we have acquired a fairly large collection. But even with our large collection, we usually receive at least one new game for Christmas. But all games are not created equal. There are games that are completely based on luck, completely based on skill, and all combinations in between. I especially like games that require strategy and thinking. But