Explore the World

  • Learn social studies and geography facts
  • Enhance memory
  • Stress relief
  • Exercises communication

Games and imagination are a good way to travel when you are stuck at home. When children are introduced to other countries history and culture in social studies class their curiosity is intrigued. However social studies class can be tedious with the constant lecture format. Educators and parents use hands-on learning tools to make the class interactive and keep children active listening. A good way to learn about geography and other cultures is by playing board games. Explore the World and similar games are designed to help children learn different facts of the world by moving around pieces in a board and answering questions. Players answer questions from one of three decks that challenge their social studies knowledge. It is a fun way to keep children engage in class while also learning about the world.

This type of play helps exercise a person’s memory retention. Dividing information about countries histories and geography into deck cards makes it easier to remember the information. The three decks in the game Explore the World are categorized as questions, flags, and travel. The question deck is divided into two subcategories: facts about man-maid structures and geography. Each deck is designed to review a different subject of a country. Players answer the question and later can read the summary of each fact. Children learn and memorize new information about each country as they would find in their social studies class. Just like flashcards, trivia board games are a good way to summarize important facts making the lesson more entertaining and memorable.

Explore the World and similar games are a great way for all the children to participate in a hands-on learning activity. Ultimately board games are introduced to lessons to make the lessons exiting and make everyone be part of the learning experience. It is a good way for children to build their social skills while learning and having fun. A child gets to practice waiting for their turn and sharing. Imitating the behavior of other players a child builds their social skills. Also, board games facilitate a space for communication. Everyone can talk freely in a stress-free environment. Parents can use these types of activities to talk about other things like places they want to visit or have visited. Explore the World and other board games bring the outside world to social studies class giving life to what children read in books. Everyone can enjoy the ride!

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