With the advancements of technology, everyone has an electronic device today. Even though the devices can do many things, they can't take the place of good old-fashioned board games.
The simple and traditional board game can bind a family as they spend time playing together.
As a parent who indulges her children in board games such as Monopoly, Supermarket and Mancala, I have seen the positive interaction between parent and child via games.
Board games and puzzle time with the family is when all electronic devices are non-existent as the mental, emotional, physical and psychological bond occupies the family. It teaches us to work together, trust each other and challenge one another.
In the hustle and bustle of today's world, it is every parent's wish and hope to have a fruitful time with the children. Games and puzzles help us do this as we foster the relationship with each member of the family.