Do you have that one kid that just fights you on learning, whether it be one subject or all of them? Have you considered using games to move the learning along, called "gameschooling?" When children play games, they learn social skills like getting along, reading directions, waiting their turn, negotiating with someone, interpreting rules and even coming to an agreement when the rules aren't clear. These are all things our children will be doing in their adult life and we can coach it in real time in our homeschools.
In today's episode, Amanda talks with Cait Curley of Never Board Learning and My Little Poppies. They discuss
Resources & Links
Never Board Learning Community, www.neverboardlearning.com
My Little Poppies, www.my-little-poppies.com
Cait Curley on Instagram: @neverboardlearning and @my_little_poppies
My Little Poppies courses, focusing on unit studies, readalouds, and gameschooling!
"Gameschooling: 100 Educational Games for Homeschooling", www.my-little-poppies.com/100-educational-games/
"Gameschooling By Subject: The Best Games for Your Homeschool,"
Boardgamegeek.com 10x10 challenge starts again in January. Play 10 games 10 times each. 2022 nformation is here.
Some Favorite Games:
Axis and Allies (board game), amzn.to/3V63GzF
Bicycle Playing Cards Learn to Play Today (search engine)
Chess set (for beginners), amzn.to/3Wa5Tf1
No Stress Chess, amzn.to/3YzWgrk
Exploding Kittens, amzn.to/3V9gfKO
Stratego, Original Strategy Board Game, https://amzn.to/3FGtLzR
Election Night! A Super Fun Way to Learn Essential Math, Geography and Civics While Strategizing Your Way to The White House
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Hi, I'm Cait. I'm a school psychologist, mom to three amazing kiddos, and an unexpected homeschooler. I truly believe that homeschooling can be *almost* all fun and games! I am founder of My Little Poppies, one half of The Homeschool Sisters Podcast, and creator of the Never Board Learning community.