Would you like a fun family game that also inspires creativity (many times LONG after the game is over)? Do you want to learn to draw cartoon faces? Pick and Draw might just be the perfect game for your family. Our family has had so much fun with this simple deck of cards. I don’t think we’ll be stopping any time soon, either. There are
One of the things I love to use for our living math lessons is games. I don’t know about your children, but mine can pick up skills they never knew they had simply by playing a game. When I taught my eldest how to multiply one of the things I started with was this very simple game called Ka-Ching! Instead of using the word “multiply”
It’s been awhile since I posted about favorite learning games, and since the lazy days of summer break mean more time for games, I’ve been reminded of some favorites. The 10 Days in … games have been popular with homeschoolers for several years now, and for good reason. Geography, logic, critical thinking and luck of the draw make these games exciting – and worthwhile educationally!
I’m sure I’ve told you before that our family uses non-traditional approaches to math twice a week. We do this partly to get away from falling into the textbook rut, and partly because I believe varied approaches to any subject are good for raising a well-rounded, educated child. One of our most favorite things to do during math time is play games! Today I’m going
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