Our favorite way to homeschool is through carefully selected read alouds and educational games. I’ve learned that I can cover virtually any topic in this way. The learning and conversation that occurs while reading aloud and playing together can be incredible.
Today, I am sharing our family’s favorite history games.
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Here are some of our family’s favorite history games. When you are finished reading this post, I’d love if you could share your family’s favorite history games in the comments! Let’s grow our game collection together.
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