Playing board games presents an opportunity to understand group dynamics, practice interpersonal skills, improve social skills, practice for specific social situations and develop the all-important skill of working well with others. Here is a list of some best board games.
For five years, it's been the best-selling preschool game for a reason. It's easy to play. Little kids love to spin the spinner and feed their squirrel five different colored acorns.
For over 70 years, this adored, easy-to-understand game set within a kids' dreamland of candy has been a go-to for families. While it seems simple, it introduces the concept of rules, following directions, and winning and losing to preschool-aged kids.
This award-winning board game is so popular that they released a Juniors version so younger kids can get in on the fun (and improve their social skills too).
This classic game that's “easy to pick-up and hard to put down” has been played for 50 years. While it seems like a fun, competitive race to get rid of your cards.