Free Gameschooling Play Tracker
Do I really need a Gameschooling Play Tracker?
The short answer is no, you don’t need a play tracker, but having one makes a lot of sense. Why?
•Trackers are great for portfolio reviews & teacher meetings
•A tracker will help you discern and document educational play
•Track the minutes you play (also great for portfolio reviews!)
•Use a tracker as a record of what games you played and mark if you enjoyed them (or not!)
•List games you want to play and mark the date you played them
As you can see, maintaining a Gameschooling Play Tracker has a lot of benefits and only takes a minute or two to use. I made this tracker so I could document our gameplay and I wanted to share it with everyone who wants it. Please enjoy this free printable Gameschooling Play Tracker and be sure to let me know what you think of it!
Meg Grooms (she/her) is a decades-long secular homeschooler, mother of many, writer, Florida ex-pat, and all-around swell gal. Meg & her partner have raised their kids all over the USA, finally settling on Southern California. For now, anyhow.
Meg blogs about Gameschooling, Educational Gaming, and the Gaming Community at Homeschool Gameschool. Meg is available for speaking engagements, workshops, and gameschooling classes. If you’re interested in scheduling a workshop, review, ad space, or just saying hi –> Click here. Happy Gameschooling!