How to Use Games to Teach Reading

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If you’ve followed Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers for more than, oh, five minutes or so, you probably know that I am a huge fan of hands-on learning.

Games make learning fun. Having fun gets kids engaged and being engaged aids retention. During the preschool and early elementary years, we used games nearly every day. I particularly enjoyed being able to use games to teach reading. There are so many options and most of the games we played were easily adaptable to a wide variety of skill levels.

I’m sharing 5 ways to use games to teach reading today at The Homeschool Classroom. If you’ve still got some non-readers, check it out!


For more hands-on learning ideas, take a look at my e-book, Hands-On Learning: Cross-Curricular Projects to Make Learning Come Alive!


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Kris Bales is a newly-retired homeschool mom and the quirky, Christ-following, painfully honest founder (and former owner) of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. She has a pretty serious addiction to sweet tea and Words with Friends. Kris and her husband of over 30 years are parents to three amazing homeschool grads. They share their home with three dogs, two cats, a ball python, a bearded dragon, and seven birds.

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