Preschool Learning Games

Favorite Preschool Learning Games

The following post is from Dianna of The Kennedy Adventures: The following post contains affiliate links – thanks for your support of our author. Want to keep your preschoolers occupied while you work on school with their older siblings? Need to reinforce math or literacy skills? Aiming to score cool mom points and connect with […]

Playing Games with Kids (Who Do Not Lose Well)

The following post is from Becky of This Reading Mama: *This post contains affiliate links. Playing games with kids is such a hands-on and fun way to teach new strategies and review skills. And it’s such a sneaky way to do it, too. But playing games with one particular child in our family hasn’t always been so fun. […]

5 Ways to Use Games to Teach Reading

The following is a post from contributing writer Kris Bales of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. Games make learning fun. Having fun gets kids engaged and being engaged aids retention. During the preschool and early elementary years, we used games nearly every day. I particularly enjoyed being able to use games to teach reading. There are so […]

Learning Games with Dice

This post is written by contributing writer Becky @ This Reading Mama. Learning through games is a great way to make learning meaningful for kids.  No matter the age of the child or the subject being taught, sometimes a good game just “hits the spot”.  Not only are games fun, but they are usually a two for one, […]

5 Tools For Schooling Your Boys

—– The following is a post from contributing writer Mary Prather. A friend of mine told me when I was pregnant with my son, “A boy is a mother’s joy.” She was right. Yes, daughters are a joy, but there is something different about the mother-son relationship. What an honor it has been to homeschool […]