Board games for schools
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Board games for schools can be used in and outside lesson times, for example, as a resource for wet playtimes when the children must play indoors, or for during the literacy or numeracy hour to reinforce key areas of study. Board games for schools should be practical and durable as they will get more wear and tear than family board games used by only a few children in the home. When choosing board games for schools teachers will be looking for numeracy and literacy board games that cover the relevant topics to the key stage levels they are teaching. Maths and English board games that can be played by a range of ability levels are often useful.
As with family board games e.g. traditional family games such as Scrabble, Boggle, Trivial Pursuit and others, board games for schools can be educational games or games that are just fun to play with no learning objectives. Although not outwardly educational, games for fun can teach children about social skills such as taking turns and playing considerately with others. They can also help children to make and strengthen friendships. Some board games for schools can help children with special needs like dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit disorder by focusing on key areas of difficulty for these children. They might help with maintaining attentions levels, visual discrimination skills, auditory processing skills and more. Board games are fun for both adults and children and in schools they can add an element of fun and games to lessons and play times.
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