Games, Homeschooling

Name, Place, Animal, Thing

When I Googled this game, I was horrified to see that the first result was of this game on Alexa, on the Amazon website! I've always known it to be a pencil-and-paper game - I've played it since I was five - and also one of the best learning games. It really improves your vocabulary!… Continue reading Name, Place, Animal, Thing


Baraf Pani

Baraf Pani is a popular game among Pakistani kids. It literally means "Ice and Water", and is a version of freeze tag. It's also similar to Chor Police. It is, however, quick to be understood and fun to play. Number of players: At least three, the more the better.Age range: 5+Place needed: A large outdoor… Continue reading Baraf Pani


Murderer In the Dark

As the title suggests, this game is rather creepy. (No chickens allowed, please.) It can only be played in a pitch-black setting, which is why older kids often join in. Number of players: At least five, the more the better.Age range: 8+, however this also depends on the nature of the kids. Place needed: A… Continue reading Murderer In the Dark


Pillow Queen

A very fun game that can be played amongst kids of almost all ages! And that's not all - we even made it ourselves. Number of players: At least five.Age range: 7+ Place needed: One big room, mostly empty so that all the players can sit in a large circle with a lot of space… Continue reading Pillow Queen