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Board games make great gifts for 8 year olds. Not only do they provide hours of fun and educational experiences, but they also help foster healthy social relationships with peers. The above board games are some of the best choices for 8 year old children, many of which offer stimulating activities like strategy and problem-solving that help build important life skills.
What other board games do you think are great for 8 year olds? Let us know in the comments!
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Benefit #4: Development of Strategy Skills
Board games are a great way for an 8-year-old to develop their strategy skills, as the child has to think through each move and potential consequences of that move. In some board games, such as chess, there is significant emphasis on coming up with a strategic plan and anticipating the next few steps in order to win. An 8-year-old learning these games will gain valuable analytical skills as they study the board and learn how best to deceptively outmaneuver their opponent. Additionally, any cooperative board game requires strategizing among multiple players, and this helps children learn to work together towards a common goal. As children progress with age appropriate board games like Chinese Checkers or Catan, they build on their strategy skills and improve problem-solving abilities which help them in all other areas of life.
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Benefit #5: Family Bonding: Board games are a great way to bridge the generation gap and help build relationships between eight year olds and their parents, grandparents or older siblings. They provide a shared space for children and adults to discuss their lives, interests, passions and feelings. As board games become interactive experiences, they foster a sense of communication, responsibility, strategy and trust that strengthens the family relationship. Playing these games with 8 year olds also helps them appreciate how different generations can work together towards a common goal. Additionally, such activities help children learn how to collaborate with people of various ages in both fun and challenging ways.
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Pop the Pig: Players take turns rolling the die to see which color hamburger they get to feed the pig. As they feed him more and more, he gets bigger and bigger until he finally “pops” in an exploding of laughter!
BrainBox All Around The World: Perfect for aspiring geographers, this memory game challenges players to answer questions about countries around the world based off of visual cards.
MEMOARMY: This innovative card strategy game assists kids in mastering memorization techniques through exciting battles! Keep your eyes on your opponents as you try and outwit them.
Robo-Piggy Panic!: Working together is key as players frantically search for Robo-Piggy pieces hidden beneath interactive obstacles ” all before time runs out!
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When looking for the best board games for 8 year olds, it is important to take into account their interests and age level. While traditional classics like Chess, Scrabble and Monopoly are always popular, there are so many fun and educational games available today that help to promote critical thinking skills and problem solving capabilities. Some of the top choices for 8 year olds include colorful strategy games such as Settlers of Catan, magical card games like Uno, and interactive party games like Clue, as well as endless options in between.
In addition to shopping at your local toy store or board game emporium, there are also plenty of resources online. Many online retail sites offer discounts or bundle deals on board games that can be shipped straight to your door. Additionally, popular sites such as Roblox and Minecraft provide hours of virtual gaming entertainment which can be enjoyed by solo players or with friends in a shared online environment.
I love playing all kinds of games – from classics like Monopoly to modern favourites like Ticket to Ride.
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