Today I am chatting gameschooling, specifically how to add travel games to your homeschool routine.
Travel games can save your bacon in waiting rooms, restaurants, and sports sidelines. They are homeschool gold for sneaking in a little learning when you find yourself with a minute or two. I’ve played card games on the side of the road waiting for AAA to show up. How’s that for roadschooling? (HA!)
Keep reading to check out the best travel games for your homeschool.
Gameschooling: How to Use Travel Games in Your Homeschool
Psst! If you enjoy this post on gameschooling with travel games, please be sure to check out these landing pages with gameschooling resources listed by academic subject and age group. You can find them here:
- Gameschooling by Subject: The Best Games for Your Homeschool
- Gameschooling by Age: How to Homeschool with Fantastic Educational Games
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Check out Lazy Unit Study 101, the e-course. I poured my heart and soul into this one, you guys. Homeschooling can be *almost* all fun and games, I promise!
Introducing my expert gameschooling panel:
As a gameschool family, we play games daily. We consider games to be part of the curriculum and value the power of play. Today, I would like to introduce you to my expert gameschooling panel.
This expert gameschooling panel will be sharing their top picks for gameschooling reading, writing, and language arts.
The 10-year-old’s favorite travel game
This fella’s favorite small game is Five Crowns.
He said, “This is such an addictive card game. I have yet to meet someone who didn’t love it.”
The 9-year-old’s favorite travel game
My sweet girl’s favorite travel game is Goat Lords.
She said, “This card game is goofy and it’s small so you can travel with it.”
The 7-year-old’s favorite travel game
This guy’s favorite travel is GUBS.
He said, “I love GUBS! Plus, it’s small so you can travel with it!”
Save yourself some time and download a FREE PDF featuring all of these Travel Game Resources:
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Gameschooling with Travel Games:
Here are our favorite gameschool travel games for gameschooling…
When gameschooling with travel games, don’t forget to include card games. They are so portable!
Find the best educational card games here:
And then check out this game-changing card game storage hack:
Are you looking for more resources for homeschooling while traveling?
Be sure to check out these posts:
- Simple Vacation Learning Ideas: A Series
- How to Homeschool on Your Vacation
- DIY Traveling Journal Homeschool Project
- Resources for Traveling with Intense Kids
Don’t miss our holiday gameschooling series!
Let’s face it- When our children are super-excited for a certain holiday, not a ton of learning is happening, at least not in the traditional sense.
Our new Holiday Gameschooling series will help you through those holiday hiccups:
Are you looking for a gift for your favorite gameschooler?
Check out some of our favorites here:
- 100 Educational Stocking Stuffers Your Kids Will Love!
- Gift Guides 2019 | My Little Poppies
- Sensory Processing Disorder Gift Guide
Do you love games and gameschooling?
Be sure to check out these related posts:
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- Academic Gameschooling: How to Homeschool with Amazing Games
- How to Gameschool Elective Subjects in Your Homeschool
- Gameschooling on a Budget: How to Play More without Breaking the Bank!
- Gameschool Challenges to Change Your Homeschool!
- Gameschool Basics: How to Get Started with Gameschooling
Now, it’s your turn. Tell me: What are your family’s favorite resources for gameschooling with travel games right now? Share here.
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