Gameschooling in our homeschool enrichment program leverages board games, card games, and role-playing games to teach. Game-based teaching helps students to communicate, collaborate, and interact with peers. Games strengthen skills for mathematical thinking, reasoning, strategy, sequencing, and problem-solving.
There are five stages of play and gameschooling helps learners to deepen skills in all of these stages:
- Solitary play
- Parallel play
- Imitative play
- Associative play
- Cooperative play
We have an extensive library of games for learners of all ages. Members may request to borrow a game from our library for a weekend.
Virtual learners may also leverage online versions of games to participate. But many of the in-person games can be played virtually without additional apps or websites.