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Games Featured at the Conference

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Gameschooling by Subject

Games for Math

To see even more games for math, visit our Math Games page

Games for Language Arts

You can see lots more games for Language Arts when you click here.

Games for History

So you want to see more games for history, eh? Well, just click here.

Games for the Social Sciences

Geography, World Cultures, Commuities, OH MY! The Social Science topic covers so many subjects. You don’t have to miss any, because gaming!

Games for Science

“Science” covers such a myriad of subjects, and games are a great way to extend knowledge. Click here for an even bigger list of games your scientist will adore.

Games for Critical Thinking

Strategy, logic, and thinking skills are underrepresented in a lot of educational situations. Fortunately, there’s a game for that. Click here!

Preschool Games

Preschool education should be dominated by play. Play is work, and their job is to play. Preschool is a great time to introduce games to kids, just don’t be worried if they don’t understand and be ready to adapt games. Every one of our preschool game posts can be seen here. (if you want to hear an audio version of a panel I participated in all about adapting games for different needs? Click here!)

Games for Elementary & Middle School

Play should continue well into adulthood. Click these links to see our Elementary & Middle School suggestions.

Games for High School & Beyond

These games are suggested games for older kids, adults too!

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