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Board games add fun and variety to everyday life. They are a good way to bridge waiting times when traveling, or to give you some distraction after a hard day at work.
Above all, board games are helpful at a young age to teach children that common activities such as games always work according to certain rules. Players must abide by these so that the game is fair and everyone has the same chance of winning. This also teaches children that you can't always win and still have fun playing with other people.
Board games always have an age recommendation as to how many years old the particular game is suitable for. However, since children develop differently, there is no harm in simply trying out a game, even if your offspring is one or two years younger than the recommended age level of the children's game.
Children have an irrepressible urge to play. Often they perceive their environment and new impressions in playful form until they are six or seven years old, which is why it is enormously conducive to learning to package knowledge content in a playful way.
For example, there are learning games for children which particularly promote logical thinking, or which playfully improve children's skills in areas such as geography, mathematics and linguistic expression. Games such as chess are not listed as sports for nothing, as the cognitive skills are definitely put to the test.
Games like Activity teach creativity and imagination, while Memory improves memory. Halli Galli promotes dexterity as well as reaction speed and family games like Scrabble or Taboo playfully expand vocabulary and expressiveness.