Games are so much fun and a great way to learn but what if you have an only child, a child who likes to play more than others, or kids who need alone time but they still want to play games?
I have a solution for you – one player games.
Most single player games come with varying levels of puzzles of challenges. This makes them a great investment because they can work for a large range of ages and grow with your kids.
Most of our one player games can be played by both Emily and I while still challenging us both.
I love using these games for strewing and carschooling. They are perfect for those times when I just need a break and a quick, easy, and fun way to keep Emily entertained for a bit.
The majority of these single player games also have the added benefit of being logic and critical thinking games so you can also check that off of your homeschool to do list as well.
ONE PLAYER GAMES
ThinkFun Rush Hour Traffic Jam BrainThinkFun Gravity Maze Marble Run BrainThinkFun Cat Crimes Brain Game andEducational Insights BrainBolt – Brain TeaserEducational Insights Kanoodle | Brain TwistingThinkFun Brain Fitness Solitaire Chess LogicSimon Micro Series Game, SingleThinkFun Color Cube Sudoku – Fun,Hasbro Gaming Bop It! Micro SeriesThinkFun Shape by Shape Creative PatternSmartGames Jump in’, a Cognitive Skill-BuildingThinkFun AmazeThink Fun Invasion of The CowThinkFun Fifteen Puzzle – Classic PuzzleSmartGames Temple Trap Cognitive Skill-Building TravelSmartGames IQ Twist, a Travel GameEducational Insights Kanoodle Genius | BrainCat Stax The Purrfect Packing PuzzleThinkFun Roller Coaster Challenge STEM ToyThinkFun Clue Master Logic Game andMindware – Q-bitzEducational Insights Kanoodle Duplexity, Puzzle Challenges,SmartGames IQ XOXO, a Travel GameThinkFun Hoppers Logic Game – TeachesThinkFun Balance Beans Math Game ForThinkFun Minecraft Magnetic Travel Puzzle LogicThink Fun Tipover,40 Challenge CardsThink Fun Lunar Landing Logic GameSmartGames Camelot Jr. Wooden Cognitive Skill-BuildingSmartGames Smart Farmer Board Game, aSmartGames Atlantis Escape; a 3D Path-BuildingSmartGames Color Code Cognitive Skill-Building PuzzleSmartGames Little Red Riding Hood DeluxeSmartGames Three Little Piggies – DeluxeSmartGames Squirrels Go Nuts Skill BuildingSmartGames Temple Connection Board Game, aSmartGames Trucky 3 Wooden Skill-Building PuzzleSmartGames Bunny Peek a BooSmartGames Jump in’, a Cognitive Skill-BuildingSmartGames Jump in’, a Cognitive Skill-BuildingSmartGames Penguins Parade Skill-Building Magnetic TravelSmartGames GoldMine Skill-Building Magnetic Travel GameTravel Tangoes – WaterworldSmart/Tangoes USA Travel Magic Forest
Tracking Your Single Player Game Play
Being able to quantify game playing as “school” doesn’t have to be hard. You can just keep track of the games you play. I reccomend using a game log. There is one avaliable in my FREE Guide to Gameschooling. It is perfect for logging the games you’ve played and easy to add into a homeschool portfolio if you have to keep one.