Who has the money to buy new board games all the time? I mean, there are some staple board games that I think we all may have – Monopoly, Scrabble, etc. If you are on a budget or are just a thrifty family, grab these printable board games your family can play for FREE.
When you live in a second world country, you quickly begin to realize that there are quite a few things that we as Americans take for granted. You start missing random things that you never gave a second thought about while you are there.
Having the accessibility to purchase board games is one of those things that my family missed. There was a cyclone that ripped through the island last year that left the whole island without power for 6 weeks – 6 weeks. (I meant to repeat that.) BOY, did we wish we had some board games to play then.
I went back to America for a visit and I had all the hopes of bringing back board games to my family. I was pretty shocked to see the prices of the board games. I couldn’t find one under $25 -$30. I brought back two and even that was a shot to my budget gut.
Therefore, purchase games here and there but grab some thrifty options as well. This resource provides the following game options:
- Free Printable Board Games for Math
- Printable Math Games for Middle & High School
- Free Printable Board Games for Language Arts
- Free Printable Roll & Write / Dice Rolling Games
- Free Printable Board Games for Other Topics & Just For Fun
Hasbro Gaming Candy Land Kingdom Of Sweet Adventures Board Game For Kids Ages 3 & Up (Amazon Exclusive)Chutes and Ladders Board Game for 2 to 4 Players Kids Ages 3 and Up (Amazon Exclusive)Sorry! GameHasbro Connect 4 GameThinkFun Zingo Bingo Award Winning Game for Pre-Readers and Early Readers Age 4 and Up – One of the Most Popular Board Games for Preschoolers and Their FamiliesJenga Classic GameBattleship With Planes Strategy Board Game For Ages 7 and Up (Amazon Exclusive)Clue Game
You won’t want to miss this big list of FREE printable board games from Homeschool Gameschool.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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