Christmas is a particularly fun time if you are lucky enough to have young people in your lives. While our two adult sons live close, it is our 10 month old grandson who lives with us who will be experiencing Christmas for the first time. He is likely to be totally spoiled by his first time grandparents!
Board games are already commonplace in his life. There are boxes of games throughout our home at this time of the year. He has watched as we have checked over games, packaged games and played games. He has almost eaten an invoice (tried anyway), played inside empty boxes and almost sent an email for David to our website support people.
Board games make great presents. One game will give a whole family quality time away from screens, social time (and depending on your choice of game) cooperation skills, goal setting and dealing with the challenges of winning and losing.
I hope that your Christmas and holiday breaks (if you get one) are safe, filled with happy times surrounded by loved ones and lots of opportunities to play games.
David and Helen.