Great Board Games for Homeschool

I am so excited to introduce to you some great board games for homeschool!    These board games are award winning and fun.  They help children learn and practice concepts.  They are great for every grade level…and as an adult the games are fun to play too!   The company  that makes the games is called [eafl id=7537 name=”SimplyFun” text=”SimplyFun”].  Here are the reasons why I love the [eafl id=7537 name=”SimplyFun” text=”SimplyFun”] games…

Great Board Games for Homeschool- Fun and Educational and a great way to learn and reinforce school work.

Here are some of the reasons that I love SimplyFun Games for Homeschool…

1)  Fun, (award winning!) educational games from toddler through adult
2)  Each game can be played in under 30 minutes
3)  They are tied to the standards….while I don’t support the common core curriculum, I like that these board games are so educationally focused that you can actually show a child is learning specific skills.
4) They have a section on their website to help parents/teachers/caregivers of children with special needs, including autism, choose which games will help their children.
5)  My kids love them and they are fun for me to play with them….and they are practicing learning skills at the same time.
6) Board game directions include information on how to extend or enhance learning AND  different ways to play the game to make it more fun.
7)  They have videos for most of the games so that you can see how to play each game.
8)  You can get them for free!  See how to get free board games for kids!

The best way to figure out which board game is best for you is to take a look at the [eafl id=7537 name=”SimplyFun” text=”SimplyFun”] site – They break down the games by age group and you can also do an advanced search where you tell them you are looking for math games, or history games, or science games, etc -and they help you pick out the best game for your situation.  With their search, they will ask you some questions and then see what games they recommend for what you want and need.  If you have any questions, just message me! ([email protected])  I have many of them, so can help!  Also, because I help promote and sell these games as an independent contractor, I can help you get these board games for free! Message me ([email protected]) and ask me how!

Anyway, here are my pick for best educational board games.

Great Board Games for Homeschool

I only recommend games I have played.  If you don’t see a game on the list, feel free to ask me about it. I will give you an honest opinion!  I have 5 kids so I look at things through all of our eyes!  ([email protected])  There are literally hundreds of games on their site…I only have about 50 of them, but I will giive you my honest opinion of every game I know…(or I can ask others I know who have a lot too!)

***The games with the stars means it is a family favorite of ours.

Educational Board Games for Kids (Preschool)

***Bee Alert (A memory game that is a ton more fun than any other memory game I know!)
***Dreaming Dragon – (Don’t wake the sleeping dragon!  Helps with fine motor and math skills)
Buddy Hop – (Helps get little ones up and moving!  Great for gross motor skills and memory)
Color Huey– (Great for learning colors, and sight words)
***Pop Belly – (Don’t pop the pig’s belly!  Great for decision making, math, scientific reasoning)

Educational Board Games for Kids (Elementary)

***CloverLeap (Early Vocabulary, Basic sentence structure, Strategy)
Tibbars Mix and Match (Primary colors, mixing colors, planning ahead)
***Winds of Fortune (Motor Skills and Taking Turns)
***Unravel Mental Mapping Color recognition, quick thinking)
MathRoom (Basic Addition, Basic Subtraction, Quick thinking)

Educational Board Games for Kids (Middle School)

***Summology (Like Scrabble for math!)
Front Runner (Pre-algebra equations, order of operations, factors)
***Walk the Dogs (Counting, multiplication, risk and reward)
***Space It(Sequencing, Patterning)
Rolling Bones  (Names of bones in body, risk and reward, sequencing of bones)
Pairamid (Working in teams, planning ahead, evaluating options)
Mirror Mansion (Angles and early geometry, science of reflection)

Educational Board Games for Kids (Teens/Family) 

**Get 4 and Score (Quick Recall, vocabulary)
Eye to Eye (Creativity)
***Handy (Twister for your fingers)
***Let’s Chat (Great for around the dinner table or at a restaurant)
Pelican Cove (Solving for multiplication unknowns, decision hierarchy, symbolic algebra)
***Bid a Letter(Building words, problem solving)
***Farkel and Grabbage (Risk and reward, observation, math, strategy)
***Word Bits -(Spelling, cognitive skills, increased vocabulary)

I am totally in love with these board games!  I am seriously impressed at how well they teach the kids and how fun they are to play -(for both kids and adults!)

I am an independent consultant for [eafl id=7537 name=”SimplyFun” text=”SimplyFun”].   I sell them because I believe in them. I see how great they are for my family and as I teacher I see how great they are to help reinforce concepts and help children learn.  I created some free printable road trip games.  If you want to be added to the  [eafl id=7537 name=”SimplyFun” text=”SimplyFun”] educational board games mailing list and find out about fun board game opporutnities, (sales, parties, etc) enter in your information below and you will receive some free printable road trip games!  (We send out a newsletter once/month about fun board games)

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