Our Favorite GamesThe games and activities we do in class work toward four learning objectives:

Aces, Jumble, Zilch

ChessChess is a great game if you want to use analytical and strategic thinking. Playing chess helps us get better at focusing, visualizing, thinking ahead, weighing options, and planning.
Looking for a video of how to play chess? Check out this one... It has the basics and that's all you'll need to get started: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlTEQZ5Sy4E Think of these when you are moving your pieces:

Krypto

Mancala

SudokuSudoku is a logic game that uses deductive and analytical thinking. To play Sudoku, enter numbers into the blank spaces so that each row, column, and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9. There can be no duplicate numbers. Some Sudoku puzzles are played with colors instead of numbers, but every Sudoku puzzle has one unique solution.

