Board Games (2/10)

I’ve seen a lot of families come in to pick up board games – particularly cooperative board games – as a way to foster constructive face-to-face interaction and put down the screens for a change. Cooperative games are a great way to keep things light, putting everyone on the same team against a shared challenge, instead of pitting sibling against sibling (often a recipe for disaster).

Contributor: Andrea Robertson from onestop games

Written by James Metcalfe

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