Today, I have rounded up 13 Free Printable History Board Games. I think there is a great lack of fun history board games. And learning history can be more engaging at times when the kids can play games with each other, instead of always touching an app.
Don’t we have enough games where our kids play alone? I really try to keep the sibling rivalry camaraderie going too.
Too, I have been slightly obsessed with creating some more printable history games so this will hopefully will get me excited about making some more before next year.
1. Viking Voyages. A board game about Viking Trade Routes.
3. This printable game is about Mexican history and includes cultures like Aztecs, Mayan and Spanish by Gringa Teacher.
I do wish though an answer sheet would have been included for the questions. So look ahead if you use this game.
4. Free printable Sail on the Mayflower game by Scholastic would make a great addition to Early American history.
5. Free printable Ancient Egypt Board Game by Homeschool Gameschool.
6. Free Printable Digging Up Greece board game by Ellen J McHenry.
7. Free Printable Lewis & Clark Board game by Deceptively Educational.
8. I also created a free printable Oregon Trail Game.
This is pretty nifty though it’s not a board game, it is still a printable history game.
9. In this game, your child has to spot the differences in pictures about the Hagia Sophia from Hello Kids.
10. Then I created a free printable Ancient Egyptian snake game for us when studying about Ancient Egypt.
11. And I also created one when studying about the French Revolution called Storming the Bastille that you can download too.
This game has to be coolest free thing I have found lately.
12. It is a vintage George Washington snake game which has the instructions written right on it.
The game has American History pictures on it. When you go over to see it at the link and choose one of the sizes to download, be sure to zoom in on it to read the rules. Though I have not printed it yet, I am thinking each part needs to be printed pretty big to read the rules.
13. Free president’s matching game from Making It Teacher.
Did you find anything that would go with your next history theme?
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