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Game Time is Here…Make Your Time Count With Educational Games Part 1

July 8th, 2011

Often during the school year we are so busy with school and homework and sports that we don’t either have the time to play educational games or take the time to play educational games. In fact, game playing often doesn’t enter your mind because life is just too busy. But, now it’s summer. It’s breathing time. It’s time to take a break from the routine. It’s the perfect time to play educational games.

Benefits of Educational Games

When you play games with others you learn how to get along with others. When you play games with others you learn from watching others take their turns and they learn from you taking your turn. That is what is called reciprocal teaching and reciprocal learning.

Now, what if you were to play that were educational games that taught specific skills? You would get even more benefit from educational games. You would have the opportunity to have fun and improve your skills at the same time. Your reading comprehension would improve, your writing skills and English grammar skills would improve. Even your math skills would improve. And, you would have fun with others at the same time. When you play educational games you also build learning skills.

All Educational Games Are Not Created Equal

Children 1st through 4th grades and then 9th grade playing

Poetry Through the Colors

SAT Prep

Add The Sentence Zone game to your set of educational games today!

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