Game schooling

What is game schooling and how does it work? I personally think game schooling is one of the best ways to mix up your unschooling/homeschooling days. Turning anything into a game works well with toddlers but it also makes learning more interesting.

You can make up your own game, things like skipping rope, hopscotch and playing outdoor games can work well and meet lots of different curriculum areas.

But for us, board games are an addictive and enjoyable element of our homeschooling routine.

Some of the games we have enjoyed on high rotation with our six and three-year-old autistic boys.

But we also love other types of exploration activities. You can make your own sensory trays and kits or buy ready-made.

All of these kits can be replicated by buying bits and pieces and using things at home. Perhaps you can share the purchase of a few things with some other families who are also home educating?

I only recommend items I use myself, I may earn a commission if you purchase one of these items using my links.

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