There is power in learning through play in your homeschools. If you are looking to add a little more fun and creativity to your learning, this guide to games for every subject in your homeschool has everything you need.
We love gameschooling because it keeps our daughter engaged and teaches skills through real life application. Gameschooling gives us lots of opportunities to learn through play together and make fun memories along the way. Along the way, games have become an integral part of our homeschool experience.
72 Games For Math In Your Homeschool
We discovered the secret to learning math facts quite by accident. It was getting close to the holidays and our daughter was really struggling to learn her math facts. She was frustrated, I was frustrated, and everything was becoming a struggle. We decided to take a break and come back to it after the holidays. During our break we played lots of games together as a family, including my husband’s favorite: Yahtzee.
When we started lessons back after the break, I was amazed to discover that our daughter suddenly knew all her math facts. She could even total 6 + 6 + 6 in her head. We knew immediately that the change was a result of all those Yahtzee games and our love affair with math games began. Since then, we have discovered tons of awesome math games for teaching fractions, multiplication, complex addition, prime numbers, and more.
Want to see the list? Click on the image below for math games related to addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and more!
52 Games For Language Arts In Your Homeschool
There are lots of fun and exciting games you can use to help your child learn and practice language arts concepts too. Games for young learners can help them practice letter identification, phonics, and rhyming skills. As your children get older, you can have fun with games that encourage spelling, writing, and vocabulary building. Classic games like Scrabble are great for all kinds of language arts skill building and there are lots of fun new games to explore too.
Want to see the list? Click on the image below for reading games, grammar games, storytelling games and more!
20 Science Games For Your Homeschool
Don’t love conducting science experiments? They can be lots of fun and offer hands-on practice for our homeschoolers, but they can also be messy with complicated directions and variable results.
If you’re looking for a way to bring science to life in your homeschool that’s different than run-of-the-mill science experiment kits, you should definitely check out some of our favorite science games. Science trivia games will help your homeschoolers recall important concepts and interesting facts. Hands-on science board games help bring lessons to life without a book for all kinds of multi-sensory learning fun this year.
Want to see the list? Click on the image below for general science, physical science, life science games and more!
20 Geography And History Games For Your Homeschool
A traditional approach to history usually includes lots of memorization. There are important dates and facts to commit to memory and it can all feel stale and boring after a while. Adding history games to your homeschool will help bring history: the people and places to life for your kids.
Want to explore the world? You can help your kids learn about the world around them in a fun and adventurous way with geography games in your very own living room.
Want to see the list? Click on the image below for games related to World Geography, US geography, US History and more!
28 Games For Art And Music In Your Homeschool
Incorporating art and music into your homeschool lessons will help provide your kids with a well rounded education that’s rich in culture and beauty. However, knowing where to start teaching your homeschoolers about the arts can be tricky.
Fortunately, there are lots of awesome games to teach kids all about fine arts and music right at home. Games that explore modern art, drawing, singing, and classical music with hands-on learning fun.
Want to see the list? Click on the image below for games related to art, music, STEM, mindfulness and more.
At first, I was reluctant to add games to our normal homeschool routine. We loved family game night, but I wasn’t convinced that playing games together could actually contribute to our homeschool in a real and important way. When we discovered the magic of games by accident, my eyes were opened to a whole new way to homeschool. Now, we wouldn’t want to approach homeschool any other way.
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