Board games provide a tool for building emotional bonds with one another and are a way to strengthen family bonds.
Simple board games that help children identify colors, calculate space, and even develop hand-eye coordination and the flexibility to move CARDS and pieces around the board.
Beside, learning to wait your turn and obeying the rules are important lessons and is an easy way to encourage healthy brain development in older children and adolescents.
And social scientists believe that games teach people how to get along with others.
For example, games can encourage children to think about the concept of rules and follow rules to practice the reasons for moral problems.
Then there are the potential intellectual benefits.