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Making the Sabbath a Delight: Sunday Gameschooling

If you’ve read my blog for very long, you know how much I love board games. I love to use them for homeschooling, to teach so many topics: language arts, math, art, music, science, geography, history, logic and reasoning, strategy, … Continue reading

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#abookandagameaday, Wed. 3/11/20; What to Do with Restless Boys in Gameschooling

  We read Chapters 6-9 of this book then played the games below. I let my 15-year-old read the book aloud while the rest of us did crafts or drawing. Then we played the game below, because I had promised … Continue reading

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#abookandagameaday, Wed. 3/4/20: Carmen, Secret Hitler, and What to do when cheating happens in gameschooling?

  Today was History/Geography Day for our gameschooling. So that means we use that theme for our book(s) and our game(s). I always like to do a biography on this day, in addition to our regular read aloud chapter book. … Continue reading

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Two FREE Guides to the World of Gameschooling

Welcome to the world of gameschooling! It’s so fun! Check out this PDF of my slides about the “what, why, when and how” of gameschooling. These are the slides from my presentation that I gave at the Winter Homeschool Conference … Continue reading

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Welcome to the world of gameschooling! It’s so fun! Check out this PDF of my slides about the “what, why, when and how” of gameschooling. These are the slides I used for my presentation at the Winter Homeschool Conference in … Continue reading

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#abookandagameaday Fri. 1/31/20, Gameschooling Day #20 of 2020

  For Friday 1/31/20, I read aloud the above book. It’s a great book to go along with January’s theme of new year, new goals, and vision boards. (As a family we made vision posters a few Sundays ago, after … Continue reading

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#abookandagameaday, Thurs. 1/30/20, Gameschooling Day #19 of 2020

    Here’s what we did for #abookandagameaday on Thurs. 1/30/20… On Thursdays we drive 90 minutes one way to participate with other homeschoolers in a co-operative type school run by homeschooling moms. At this co-op, I teach a Hero … Continue reading

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#abookandagameaday, Wed. 1/29/20, Gameschooling Day #18 of 2020

Today was History/Geography Day for our 2020 #abookagameaday gameschooling challenge. So we did the above book, featuring the backstory of the Star-spangled Banner. Because of this book, I understand how the Star-Spangled Banner came to be. I already knew about … Continue reading

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