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Winter 2017 | Homeschooling with Games

In every culture throughout history, humans have played games. Some were educational, and some were just for fun, but no matter their purpose, games are a terrific way to bring some fun into your education. As usual, we’ll be updating this page as we receive articles, and we’re accepting them until November 1st, send them to gail @ learningtangent.com.

These are just for starters – if you’ve been reading for a while, you know how this goes, and you know that it only gets better as we get closer to the deadline.

Articles:

  • Games: Why homeschooling works better with them, and how you can use them! by Gail Nelson.

Reviews:

  • Pin-it! Maps
  • Professor Noggins’ card games

LT Kids:

  • Senet: The Oldest Game Known to Mankind by Amy Chabroux – We love this article, and I’m pretty sure your kids will too. The boys are thrilled to see a new face in LT Kids, and David has started studying ancient Egypt, so this couldn’t have come at a better time.

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