Play More Board Games

It's so easy to forget about board games and get wrapped up in electronic games and television. This is a great list of the benefits of board games, aside from being fun. :-)

Thanks +jennifer neuman for the original post.?

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Top 10 Reasons to Play Board Games With Your Kids – GeekDad
If you still think of Chutes & Ladders and Candyland when somebody mentions playing board games with their kids, then you should know that the world of board games has changed a lot since you were a kid. Heck, it’s changed a lot even since you’ve been an adult. There are so many great reasons to play games, particularly if you’re a parent, though some of them work better in theory than in practice. Continue reading ?

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12 Responses to Play More Board Games

  1. Mellie B says:

    We now have all of our board games in one place and I'm trying to get us to play games as a family once a week. It's hard with schedules, sometimes,but it's always fun :D

  2. Scott Cramer says:

    +Mellie B Board game night would be fun. Wishing daughter were here more; hard to cram everything in on some weekends.

  3. David Barron says:

    That's a great article. We just started basic picture dominoes with our three year old and we're trying to do games one evening a week if we can.

  4. Mellie B says:

    Especially when you shenanigans and ransackery to do ;)

  5. Kyla Myers says:

    I love board games, I was raised on them

  6. Carcasonne, Settlers of Catan, Acquire, Trivial Pursuit, and Scrabble are staples in our house.

  7. Kyla Myers says:

    I love all those, Michael. I didn't realize anyone else played Acquire!

  8. Maria B-R says:

    Board games are always better. :)

  9. +Maria B-R clean up, and setup kill me. 

    I do love board games, but if I had a fifty inch (diagonal) touch screen 4K "screen" that could play my board games, I'd do it.

  10. Kyla Myers says:

    We had this numbers version of scrabble called Numbles. Each new number you put down had to be some multiple of three. We were the three'n'est kids in town. Actually I think I still have that game.

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