Children often enjoy playing games as well as spending time with their parents and siblings. Combining these two pastimes can be exciting for a child. There are many benefits of board gaming for children such as enhancing social skills, boosting their self-esteem, developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, teaching number, shape, color and word recognition, and encouraging flexible thinking. Board games also help increase a person’s attention span and ability to focus on a task.

1. Our Board games offer opportunities for early learning

Our games help children learn new words, count spaces, and develop hand-eye coordination and dexterity in moving pieces around the board. Plus, learning to wait your turn and follow the rules are important lessons that serve kids far beyond the living room floor. 

2. Increases a child’s focus

Grabbing students’ attention and keeping it takes practice, skill, and a bit of luck. But did you know that playing board games can increase our ability to focus? Board games, when played without interruptions, can help lengthen a child’s attention span.


3. They boost their language skills

Board games can be a sneaky way of helping school-aged kids work on skills they’re struggling with. Have a reluctant reader? Playing our board games will expand their vocabulary and flex their spelling skills.

4. Boasts their social-emotional skills

Board games allow for ample face-to-face interaction. As a result, they provide the perfect environment for students to practice skills such as taking turns, following agreed-upon rules, working through conflict, and using cooperation and collaboration. Perseverance, patience, persistence, fairness, and self-discipline are all essential traits developed in game play. Board games provide an organic environment for students to practice and develop these traits and build their social-emotional intelligence.

5. Our board games offer screen free quality time together

The lack of technology required to play board games makes them special. They are a simple way to get quality, screen-free time with the kids — and you might be surprised by how much they love playing them. We have over 30 designs to choose from meaning you can pick a subject your child really engages in.

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