2) Hold a March Madness battle of the books. It's always a popular activity this time of year. Kids nominate their favorite books to compete against each another and vote for the winners to move up to the next bracket.
This is an excellent activity to get kids reading and thinking critically about all the books they’ve read. Which ones are better than others, and why?
4) Last but not least, as our children get emotional about game results, it’s always a good idea to review the rules of good sportsmanship. A Modern Day Fairy Tale blog offers a lovely lesson on the subject titled, “What does the Bible Say About Sportsmanship?” with free printables here.