Fun Board Games to Teach Social Skills

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Child psychologists and pediatricians have recognized that today’s lack of play contributes to children’s overall lack of well-being.

An increased focus on academic activities, overly structured family, school, and extracurricular schedules have led to less playtime for kids.

Board games to teach social skills to kids is a great way to have fun and continue to develop this important skill.

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Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game

2-4 players | Ages 3-6 | Social Skills: Waiting Your Turn, Perseverance, Sportsmanship 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.

Candyland

2-4 players | Ages 3+ | Social Skills: Waiting Your Turn, Perseverance, Sportsmanship, Following Instructions 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, turn-taking, following directions, and winning and losing to preschool-aged kids.

Zingo

2-6 players | Ages 4+ | Social Skills: Sportsmanship, Following Instructions, Attention Skills It’s Bingo with a Zing! Fifty million families have purchased this kid favorite, award-winning Toy of the Year. Slide the zinger, make a visual match, and fill your picture bingo card to win!.

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