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Wonder how to keep your kids busy while inside this summer? This interchangeable board game is easy to play with any kid!
This interchangeable board game is a new favorite for my kids!
I made this interchangeable board game originally to play games while teaching piano a few years ago. I liked how I could use it by quizzing kids on what they know about composers, dynamics, rhythm, and solfege. Now that my son is old enough to play board games I thought I would pull this out!
On some of the squares it says “Draw a card”. I would make different cards for each subject and then quiz the kids. I had a great idea recently though! Why not make the cards with your kids? Doesn’t that sound fun?
One idea is to make some silly cards. You could have your kids draw pictures on some index cards and have them act it out! This can make the board game come alive! They will want to land on the draw a card so they can get up and be silly! You can run with this idea and make any cards you want!
Another idea is to make cards for Family Night. You could pull this game out and use it to help teach your kids about Christ, the Prophets, and the Plan of Salvation. You could help them memorize scriptures for older kids too! It’s all up to what you want to do!
You can also take this board game to primary to help teach your primary class! Just make cards that go along with your lesson or towards the end of your class have your kids make cards and then bring it the next week and play the game! The limit is your imagination! 🙂
After you get done making some fun cards with your kids print the board game and laminate it so you can use it more than once. Pull out some dice and some tokens from a different board game (or make your own!) and have some fun! Even my two year old likes this game! 🙂
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