Best Board Games For Kids
What are the best board games for kids? Many board games are geared towards learning skills such as counting, reading, recognizing colors (for younger kids), and even increasing memory.
Smart-kid-educational-games.com provides ideas on the best board games for parents who care about their children's education.
Trouble is another board game that enhances your kids counting skills. This game has a pop-o-matic dice, clear globe with dice in the center, which when pressed rolls the dice. There are round holes where you put your color pegs (red, yellow, green, blue). The objective is to move all your pegs around the board, race to the other side and be the first to fill up the other board with your color. This game can be serious fun for both children (ages 6+) and adults.
Scrabble Junior is a very popular board game (ages 8 and up) increases you kid's vocabulary and literacy skills which will help him at school. There are Scrabble games for all levels (beginner,advanced, etc). The objective of the game is to make the most scoring words, in a crossword fashion, on the Scrabble board. You may be surprised how quickly your child acquires new words!
Monopoly and Monopoly Junior is probably the world's most popular and one of the best board games. But you may wonder if it's actually good for children? Actually Monopoly is both educational and enjoyable. Kids learn to handle their money well and by doing so they learn to count, add, subtract. Monopoly Junior is especially designed for children of a younger age. In this version of the game, your kid joins Mr Monopoly, and his niece and nephew, in a fun amusement park.
Clue Junior teaches deductive skills. No reading skills are needed but this board game helps your kid recognize numbers. It is appropriate for kids ages 3 to 8. Clue Junior is different in that it can be played by younger children and that children are looking to discover who ate a piece of cake rather than looking for a murderer (the original Clue game).
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