Lifestyle - Toys/Games | 6-18 yrs

10 Best Board Games To Play With The Family

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Fancy your chances at Monopoly? Think you can win the Forbidden Island? Or, how about a game of Ashta Chamma?

Before the advent of video games, smartphones and other similar electronic gadgets, people spent many a happy moment playing these games. Many of these games not only entertain but educate, making them ideal for the whole family.

Go on, learn about the best board games to play with the family, with this ClipBook that also discusses classics like Ludo, Chess, and Snakes and Ladders.

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Snakes And Ladders

This classic board game not only helps to develop counting abilities in children, it also improves basic addition skills. By rolling the dice, children also learn about number patterns and order of numbers. It helps in developing social skills in ...

The Brainy Benefits Of Chess

How can chess help develop children's brains? What are the benefits of making children play chess early on? Why should parents make playing this game more entertaining rather than forcing them to play it? Read this article to know the answers.

Monopoly Ultimate Banking

It's the ultimate 'wheeling-and-dealing, take-no-prisoners' kind of game. Roll your dice. Move your piece. Play your hand. The game can be likened to the show "Survivor" - Outwit. Outplay. Outlast. There are no alliances here as players have ...

The Game Of Life

If real life were only this simple! In this highly entertaining game, choosing a profession, spouse and children are as easy as spinning a dial. Go on, get ready to play The Game of Life.

Ludo

Ludo is a popular board game derived from an ancient Indian game called Pachisi. It is a fun, family-friendly board game played with 2-4 people. It is easy to understand, but has some complex rules. The goal of the game is to get all your pawns in...

Forbidden Island

Forbidden Island, designed by Matt Leacock and published by Gamewright in 2010, is a cooperative game whose theme and complexity are ideal for school-age children and adults. The overall feel of this game is like one of Leacock’s earlier and extre...

Aadu Puli Aatam (Lambs And Tigers)

The Lambs and Tigers game, locally referred to as Aadu Puli Aatam is a strategic, two-player board game originated in Tamil Nadu. The game is asymmetric in that one player controls three tigers and the other player controls up to 15 lambs/goats. T...

Chaupar

A cross-shaped board hosts the pieces of four players, who play in two partnerships, each player has four pieces. The pieces begin at fixed positions around the board, racing around the board to finish at the centre.

Ashta Chamma

A traditional board game from which the modern day Ludo is derived. Played by up to four players and is appropriate for any age above five years. If you have had the good fortune of spending lazy summer and winter vacations in your grandparents’ h...

Scotland Yard

It’s a brilliant detective game for girls and boys above the age of 10. The aim of the game is to get your little masters to catch the villainous Mr. X. What makes this game interesting is the action-packed mind-play.

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