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Board games = a waste of time?? The truth is…

Many parents still misunderstand and doubt board games, thinking that ‘board games are just a form of entertainment?

While it’s true that board games can be a fun pastime, their benefits go far beyond mere amusement. Well-designed board games can not only train your logical thinking skills but also provide enlightenment for children in various aspects, such as math, social skills, geography, and more…

What are board games for kids?

To understand board games, you first need to grasp their definition:

  • Clear rules: Board games have a set of well-defined rules that govern the gameplay.
  • Interaction and communication: Board games involve interaction and communication among players, fostering social engagement and teamwork.
  • Game components: Board games utilize physical components, such as a board, cards, tokens, or dice, which are typically placed on a table or floor.

We need to break the stereotype that board games are only for entertainment. Entertainment is just a small part of board games. They are not based on theoretical knowledge from a single discipline, but rather integrate theories from multiple disciplines and directions. Modern board games cover a wide range of themes, mechanics, and difficulty levels, from family-friendly games to complex strategy games.

Why should children play board games?

  • Enhancing parent-child interaction and emotional bonding: Playing board games together with children can be a fun and enjoyable experience that helps to build strong emotional bonds between parents and children. In the context of the game, both parties are on equal footing, which can effectively facilitate friendly emotional connections, whether it’s between parents and children or between peers.
  • Cultivating logical thinking: Board games provide children with engaging scenarios that allow them to learn how to solve problems in a fun and immersive way. Their mental fortitude, adaptability, and decision-making skills will also be continuously improved.
  • Improving social skills: During board games, players need to communicate and interact with each other frequently. This can help children overcome their social shyness and express themselves more boldly. Games become a common language for children, helping them understand and follow rules, avoid disturbing or affecting others, and develop a social personality that allows them to interact normally with others.
  • The program helps develop children’s core competencies in various aspects, including focus, memory, observation, reaction, logical thinking, and early exposure to academic subjects like math, history, and geography.

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