How to Use This Course
Brought to you by Teresa Evans, a veteran classroom teacher in Australia, Everyday Games is a fun and interesting way to teach math and phonics. Her math games will help your student improve without realizing he is really “doing math.” The reading games practice many skills, such as consonant blends, suffixes, prefixes, compound words, and much more. One of the best ways to encourage your student to learn is by helping them have fun, and you can do that with Everyday Games. To view Reading Games by skill, go to the Literacy Center, and search “Everyday Games.” To view Math Games by skill, go to the Focused Learning Center: Math and scroll to Everyday Games.
Hello parents and students! For many years, I have used games in my classrooms. I love games that are simple to prepare, easy to learn, fun, and engaging for the children. I see games as a wonderful tool for introducing a new concept and reviewing concepts and skills. Games allow children to have fun while they learn, and often they have so much fun that they don’t even realize they are learning.
I’m delighted to share some of my best games with SchoolhouseTeachers.com members on a daily basis.
Some years ago I started sharing my games online, and they are now used by teachers, homeschoolers, and parents in many different countries. My games tend to focus on printable games for math, phonics, and reading skills. I really enjoy creating games that are colorful and visually appealing while retaining a high educational value. I also love to challenge children with my games and make them really think! I also create math puzzles and brain teasers that require children to apply their math skills and knowledge.
My educational motto is “Keep it Simple.” I believe games should be simple to prepare and use but also provide maximum educational value. You’ll find my games make learning and reviewing skills fun, challenging, and engaging, and they will help children build their skills and confidence in the areas of math and phonics.
Enjoy my daily games here at SchoolhouseTeachers.com!