I had to post this after watching a YouTube video about a homeschooler's typical day. You know, waking up late in the day and playing "Boggle" for English class? We get up early, but we do still play with blocks and Boggle. Yes, I count that for homeschooling if it's reasonably relevant, though of course that's not all we do for English class. I remember playing Bingo in public school when I was their age as well and can still write a complete sentence. I think younger children get a lot out of these games and are learning to using their eyes to locate and decipher things such as where to put their chips in Bingo or how to find words in Boggle. Here you see Elf and Emperor building with Math-U-See blocks to learn about volume. In the past, I have logged Battleship game hours when we were learning about finding points on a grid (B7, D2, and so on).