There are games in which all of the players work together to win. These can be helpful for developing collaboration and social skills. Click to read about 4 examples of games you can try.
I tried using board games to help engage students in history, particularly exploration of the New World and the Seven Year's War. Click the title to read how it went!
If you do a search, you'll find a lot of articles and blogs and research on the internet suggesting that board games could and should be used in the classroom for educational purposes. Many of them are written about younger students, under grade 7, and some sadly still reference Monopoly, Sorry, Boggle and Uno as … Continue reading Games for Education