Homeschool Memoir ~ games


Homeschoolers are very resourceful people. They use what they have and use them to their best ability. I know in our home many times people ask us how we use this or that for learning, and we are happy to explain it’s value. I think the main thing that a lot of people miss is that life is learning, and you must use everything in your home for learning otherwise you won’t fully be prepared.


This week I want to invite you to share what different games you use for learning in your homeschool. Outside games, board games, or card games, and what purpose or subject you use them for.

A few games my boys love to play are…..

Hangman ~ They use their spelling words for the week. It’s a fun way to study for their weekly dictation test. Check out the game here.

Beat the Clock ~ we see how many math facts they can accomplish in one minute. You try to beat the clock each time.



Parts of Speech Bingo

50 States Bingo



Skip Bo

Some great  game links that I found today are..

Great homemade Bingo Games

More games and Lapbooks

Homeschool Hutt


Horrid homonyms

4 responses to “Homeschool Memoir ~ games

  1. Oh, yes. Risk is an all-time favorite, but it must be played in the right frame of mind, as in, “No bad attitudes!” (my boys are very competitive). LOL

  2. We love Skip-bo…my whole extended family play it!

  3. My husband has been trying to get me to play Risk, but I am afraid I won’t like it.

    I will have to check out your links!

    Great list

  4. Those are some nice links. Thank you for taking the time to share those with us!


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