30 Day Minimalist Challenge: Day 13

I love to play games. Especially strategy games! One of my favorite parts of homeschooling was playing games with my children and teaching them to think.

We have a large collection of thinking and strategy games. Too many, in fact. So I went through the game cabinet and gathered some to give away.

I’m keeping our favorites, and I’m keeping games for all ages. I have games that require little reading skills and are designed for younger children. Money Bags teaches students how to count money. Pie in the Sky teaches fractions.

Some of our games are one-player games, designed to teach strategy and problem solving. Other games are for families and teams to play together, like Cranium and Scattegories.

I kept a variety of games for all ages. But I’m giving away thirteen things from our game cabinet.

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