Make Learning FUN With GAMESCHOOLING | Fun Educational Board Games For Supplementing Homeschool
01:11 PreS – PreK
04:57 K – Gr. 2
11:17 Gr. 3 – 6+
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PreS – PreK
Sneaky Snacky Squirrel
Hi Ho Cherry-O
Zingo Number Bingo
K – Gr. 2
Zingo Sight Words
Zingo Word Builder
Gr. 3 – 6+
Race Across the USA
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What's your favorite game to use as part of your homeschool?
Thank you for this Great video!! On my way to buy more games now! 😆
Did you make those USA placemats? If not, can you please share where you bought them? Thank you!!
I’ve only ever heard of the cherry picker game. My 5 year old has played the squirrel game in speech I guess. She’s so nosey lol
We love Zingo! Ours doesn't use numbers, it's just been pattern recognition.
Oooh as I watch more of your video, I see that Zingo has multiple kinds of packs.
My MIL amazing great at sending educational, STEM focused games. Two of our favorites has been Wonder Gears and Engineering Ants.
We love Scrambled States of America! It’s fast moving and covers several early learning skills. I’d say it’s great for 1st-6th
I’m not sure if you do any tech, but your geography games reminded me of a game my kids enjoy called “Stack the States”. Really fun.
Those logic games look fun! I need some quiet fun things for my daughter. 😀
We love Sleeping Queens.
These are valuable tips that every parent should know 🥰
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Learning a new language can bring a great set of new tips to share😄
I've heard of the Sneaky Snacky Squirrel game recommended by several other families! We have several Zingo games and my 3 year old loves them!
I really like your bingo idea using the world map! I'm definitely going to try that.
My kids really love the game First Orchard by HABA. It's for children as young as 2 years-old, the components are great, it doesn't take long to play, and even I don't mind playing it.
We like Sum Swamp, too. I have a newer version in which the "endless loop" truly is endless. I put a piece of masking tape over two of the spaces and changed the numbers so it doesn't take as long to exit the loop.
We also like Ghost Blitz [a.k.a. "Geistes Blitz"] – a reflex game w/ color & shape recognition, and a lot of ways to play with house rules.
Rabbit Rally by HABA has a neat mechanic where you have to estimate distance. And I use reading, math, and strategy as an excuse to play Pokemon the Trading Card Game with my kids. 😅
I love using games for school!!! I see ten is great for my kindergarteners. Kingdomino is a favorite in our house. Ans Yatzee has been great for my second grader. Thanks for sharing!
Where did you get the maps of specific countries/regions?
Where did you print off the bingo for your placemat geography idea/game?
Great game tips!!!
I homeschool my grandkids (first and third grade) and they love playing the Dragon Dash board game. We found this in our local bookstore and it is a cooperative, strategy game where all players have to work together as a team to win the game. It is such a cute game and I love playing it with them!
Love the alpha bingo! Thank you for the tip.
My fav game for school is Catan and Ticket to Ride. Great geography, strategy and literacy and maths. 😊