Are you a gameschooler who is looking for an easy way for your kids to keep track of the games that you play during your homeschool day? Your children can mark a space using crayons, stickers, or dot markers on these Monthly Gameschool Logs every time they play a game!
If you are new to gameschooling, read more about it: Gameschooling: Homeschooling With Game-Based Learning
Gameschool Log Themes:
There are 12 themed gameschool logs, one for each month. The themes include:
- January- snowman
- February- heart
- March- four leaf clover
- April- umbrella
- May- flower
- June- golf course
- July- sandcastle
- August- ice cream cone
- September- apple
- October- pumpkin
- November- pilgrim hat
- December- candy cane
Gameschool Log Challenge:
There are two versions of each gameschool log. One has a blank game board. You can mark off a spot for each game you play. You could also write in the games that you play or want to play.
The second version of the logs are a gameschool challenge. Each spot on the game board has a game to play like reading game, logic game, or seasonal game.
Both of the versions come in color and black and white. If you want to reuse the color one, you can laminate it or put the printable in a dry erase pocket. Then, you can use a dry erase marker to mark each spot.
There are a few special days throughout the year like “Scrabble Day” and “Play a Board Game Day” that are marked on the challenge log too.
If you are like us then you play A LOT more games every month then there are spots on the logs. You can always print more then one. First, try and do the challenge. When you complete it, print the blank one. You can write in the names of games you want to play or create your own challenge. This is just a fun way to keep track of the games you play.
Your kids are sure to have fun keeping track of the games that they play on these Monthly Gameschool Logs!