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About Board Games
Board games don’t need to be overtly academic to be educational. Just by virtue of playing them, board games can teach important social skills, such as communicating verbally, sharing, waiting, taking turns, and enjoying interaction with others.
Board games can foster the ability to focus, and lengthen your child’s attention span by encouraging the completion of an exciting, enjoyable game. Even simple board games like Chutes and Ladders offer meta-messages and life skills: Your luck can change in an instant — for the better or for the worse. The message inherent in board games is: Never give up.
Top 20 Most Popular Board Games
- The game of life
- Chutes and Ladders
- Axis & Allies
- Trivial Pursuit
- Connect 4
Interesting Facts on Board Games
- Original paper versions of Battleship included land areas in addition to the water.
- Battleship was one of the first games to be made into a computer game in 1979.
- The name Jenga is based on the Swahili word meaning “to build.”
- According to Hasbro, the tallest Jenga tower ever was 40 levels tall plus two additional blocks on top.
- The longest Monopoly game ever went on for 70 straight days.
- It’s possible (though incredibly improbable) to win a two-player game of Monopoly in only 21 seconds. It would take four turns and only nine rolls of the dice.
- The most expensive Monopoly set in the world is worth $2 million. It was crafted with 23-karat gold, rubies, sapphires, and diamonds.
- The prisoner on the jail space has a name: Jake the Jailbird.
- Fidel Castro banned Monopoly in Cuba.
- Buzzfeed.com by James Grebey