Gameschooling Log & Notebook
This Gameschooling Log Notebook is designed to make ANY game educational and to document your educational gaming. Why would you want to document your gameschooling? This log is meant to be placed in a portfolio, used as documentation of learning for transcripts, used as a monthly work sample, and even just to track the games you’ve played.
(After payment you will directed to a download page as well as an email with a download link. If the download link doesn’t appear in your inbox please search your spam folder for firstname.lastname@example.org and mark the email as safe!)
°Directions for use
°Nine printable Gameschooling log sheets, designed for elementary, middle, and high school.
°Worksheets kids can fill out after playing a game
°Use to document your gaming for monthly reports, portfolio records, daily work lists, transcripts, or just to track the games you’ve played.
Print only the pages you need, three hole punch, add to a binder! That’s all there is to it, easy peasy lemon squeezy.
This is the basic version of our gameschooling log. It includes nine simple game log sheets. We also offer a Deluxe Gameschooling Log that includes 31 graphic organizers. The Basic version is best for those on a strict budget and for students who are above middle school age. To see the Deluxe version of the Gameschooling Log please visit the Homeschool Gameschool Store. Oh, and while you’re at it, use the code 10FORFRIENDS to get 10% off your entire order!
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!