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I've got you covered! I'm sharing the best games on the market today, organized by academic subject and category.
Plus, everything you need to get started. From where to begin, to building your game closet, to organization, to growing little gameschoolers, to sibling squabbles and board flipping and so much more!
Art & Music
The best games to supplement your art and music curriculum.
Little Ones: Gateway Games
Kiss Candyland goodbye and say hello to these favorites for little ones!
Build early programming skills with these incredible games.
Your family will adore these fantastic logic games!
Travel the world without leaving your family room!
These stealth math games are sure to be family favorites!
Yes, it counts. You're in charge, homeschool mama!
Your family will adore these beautiful nature games!
The best history games for your homeschool.
Your little scientists will love these incredible games!
Practice reading, writing, and language arts and have a ball!
Your little engineers will have an absolute blast with these resources!
Make memories with these family favorites!
Keep your child happily engaged and learning with these single-player games.
Teach teamwork with these top-rated cooperative games.
Your next gathering will be a blast with these favorites!
Warning: These games may induce raucous belly laughter!
Traveling with kids has never been easier! Just tuck these in your bag!
Get those kids up and moving with these fun favorites!
Toss these resources in your pool bag, or take them to the beach!
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Everything you need to become a gameschooling family in one enormous resource guide!
How to build your homeschool game collection, play more, and not go broke!
All the games, organized by academic subject and category!
Some days, I honestly can't believe that I yet to play games and read books all day!
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Gameschooling: Learning Through Play
Cait is a game-master, Kara wants to be, but things keep getting in the way… like directions. So in today’s episode, Cait shares amazing ideas for adding more games to your days, for both learning and fun. The sisters talk favorite games old and new, games for certain subjects like science and math, why it’s OK to NOT love a game even if everyone else does, and the many, many lessons kids can learn from growing up playing.
Join us as we roll the dice, spin the wheel, and share easy tips for incorporating more games into your homeschool- such a fun way to learn together!
Gameschooling by Subject
In this episode, the sisters dive into gameschooling by subject. This is Cait's forte, so Kara does the interviewing, while Cait fills us in on favorite games for each subject.
The sisters also chat about a few popular games, and how games can make all the difference during the holidays. (Games are so hygge!)