December 22, 2006, Newsletter Issue #63: Learning Game Varieties

Tip of the Week

Almost any game is a learning game, but there are a plethora of games on the market that are specific to classroom use and geared to the skills and experience of students of all ages. They come in all shapes and sizes too. Board games, game rugs, puzzles, card games, matching games, and computer games all give children the opportunity to develop and increase their skills while having fun. To encourage your students to keep playing school games, keep a variety of them on hand. And, make sure some of them can be played in groups, while others can be used individually. Once you notice what your class is most attracted to, you can augment your collection to keep their enthusiasm high.

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