Homeschool Gameschool was born out of an idea given to me by my son when he exclaimed “Mom, I really like playing games for school!” I’ve long known that in our family occupied hands and minds lead to better learning, so using games in our learning is just natural. What started out as a way to enhance my children’s education has turned into so much more! By spending the time playing games I was able to get to know my kids and their learning styles better, leading to a complete shift in our homeschooling!
Who are we? We’re a family of 8 (the kids range in age from early elementary to married with kids of their own!), we’ve been homeschooling (unschooling & gameschooling) for more than a decade and a half. We call Florida home but we’re currently living in idyllic Southern California. We are a secular homeschooling family & I recommend, review, and promote exclusively secular materials. I define secular as being the absence of any and all religious bias. You can read more about secular homeschooling here and here.
Homeschool Gameschool’s sole purpose is to help you enrich your child’s education through the use of games and hands-on activities. Come play with us! Gameschooling has been shown time & again to be not only beneficial to neruotypical kids, but also the neuro-diverse. EVERYONE benefits from play.
If there is a particular game you’d like me to check out or make, or if there is a game you’d like me to review please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Homeschool Gameschool is managed by Grooms Media LLC
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