Hello, gameschooler! I’m here to share our gameschooling from January 2020. These are the games that my kiddos (ages 8, 10, and 11) have enjoyed this month.
When you’ve finished reading, I’d love for you to share what you’ve been playing lately!
Gameschooling: January’s Most Played Games
And be sure to keep reading until the end because I’m sharing some fun gameschool challenges, plus some free downloads to take your gameschooling to the next level.
Remember- homeschooling can be almost all fun and games! More joy, less overwhelm, my friends!
Gameschooling can change the entire atmosphere of your homeschool!
Gameschooling provides children with a safe space to practice and build skills in a no-pressure, non-judgmental way. There are no red marks, no corrections, no homework, no pressure from others to perform well. If the game doesn’t go the way you wanted it to, you can start over and try again.
By building a family culture around gaming, you’ll be strengthening relationships, boosting connections, and making memories to last a lifetime! Bonus? Connected children are more cooperative and receptive to learning!
Gameschooling can help children develop the following skills:
- Verbal communication
- Social and interpersonal skills
- Learning to lose – and win- with grace
- Logic skills
- Critical thinking
- Strategy and planning
- Focus and attention
- Creativity and imagination
- … and so much more!
Gameschooling: January 2020
Our January puzzling:
Find the best games for homeschool by academic subject:
Learn more about gameschooling in your homeschool:
- Gameschooling by Age: How to Homeschool with Fantastic Educational Games
- How to Gameschool Academic Subjects
- How to Gameschool Elective Subjects
Check out these gameschool resources:
- Gameschool Challenges to Change Your Homeschool!
- How to Document Your Gameschooling with this Free Gameschool Log
- How to Maximize Gameschooling with this Free Gameschool Inventory
- How to Use this Gameschool Bingo Challenge to Skyrocket Your Play