Three Popular Board Games Used for Learning

Board games mean educational, recreational, or family games. It evokes camping trips, power outages spent by candlelight at the kitchen table, and weekends with the grandparents. In short, board games are synonymous with good times with family and friends. However, despite all the happy memories they elicit, most of us forget to play board games in our daily lives—not to mention in class. This humble post shares some valuable board games used as a teacher toolkit and be played in classrooms.


A traditional game for language learners, playing Scrabble helps to practice spelling and challenge students’ vocabulary. Don’t be afraid to play with them; you can create surprise and interest by introducing more complex or vague words into your classroom. While playing, it is best to keep a dictionary handy to clear up any disagreements, ensure students understand …