Back in 2014 designer Sarah Reed (Project Dreamscape and Oaxaca: Crafts of a Culture) started the 10×10 Challenge and shared it at BGG. The object was to play 10 games each 10 times within a year. Since that time, the challenge has been a hit – even showing up in board game apps.

We too at Adventures in Gameschooling (and The Inquisitive Meeple) would like to see families and children be able to take on the game challenge of their own and be able to keep track in a child-friendly way (coloring meeples over using BGG or apps).  So we created the following worksheets for both families and teachers to be able to use in their board game adventures.

With all of these, the child (or parent) prints the name of the games on the lines, they want to complete in the game challenge. Every time you play the game, color in one of the meeples. Also, please note the ages below are just suggested ages.

Challenges for Preschool to 2nd Grade

My First Game Challenge for Toddlers (3×1 Challenge)

 

5×3 Challenge for Preschool to 2nd Grade (Ages 4-7)

 

5×5 Challenge for Ages 8+

Pic Left to Right: Horizontal (x4), Vertical (x2) and Horizontal

Note the vertical can be trimmed to fit in a standard Composition Notebook (9.75 x 7.50) or even most daily planners. The horizontal x4 is even smaller than that.

10×5 Challenge for Ages 8+

10×5 Game Challenge PDF

 

This resource is free to print and should not be sold. Please instead of just sharing the pdf file with others, direct them to this page. If you enjoy this resource or use it in your home or classroom- please let us know on Twitter @gameschooling or Facebook at www.facebook.com/adventuresingameschooling. We love to see pictures of those challenges!