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Incorporating Games into Homeschool

Have you heard of Brainetics~ What is your opinion? You are a Rich Blessing from the Lord:)))))))
~Tausha {blessed mommy of 1/2 dozen} from SC


Dear Tausha,

I'm a HUGE fan of incorporating games into your homeschool - even at the high school level!  I have written two articles about it:
Homeschool VocabularyHomeschool PE

I haven't used Brainetics, but I've seen it in the stores and it all looks great.  Not a complete curriculum, but certainly a fun supplement to encourage the love of learning - and it's the love of learning that you hope will last a lifetime, so it's important to encourage!


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