Between after-school sports, work, and keeping up with friends, it can be hard for kids to find time to hang out with their families. Thankfully, you can use board games as a way to connect with your children. These days, there are tons of exciting new games that’ll take your family fun night from a snore fest to a blast! Here are three of our favorite board games that’ll be a hit with the whole family:
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Rules: The rules of Sorry! are simple, but there are a few things to know before you begin. In each round of the game, players take turns rolling dice and moving their pieces around the board. You roll three dice and choose which one to keep (each die has a different number on it). You can move in any direction around the board after you’ve rolled your dice; if you land on an opponent’s piece, that piece is sent back home—and depending on the game variation you’re playing, he or she might lose some money too!
How To Win: If all four members of your team have made it safely home without losing any money along the way—or if only one member has reached home safely and managed to avoid falling victim to another player’s trap card—then congratulations! You’ve won!
How To Play With Friends And Family: If people tend to keep their distance when playing Sorry!, there’s a good chance they’re not having fun with each other at all. But if everyone is laughing together as they play this classic family game? Well then it’s time for everyone involved with this article (that’s us) to pack up our bags full of games and head over there right now so we can personally witness what looks like an all-around awesome night out in progress!
Monopoly is a great game for the whole family to play. It’s a game of luck and skill, strategy and money—and negotiation. Sometimes you’ll have to betray your friends if that’s what it takes to win at Monopoly!
I love Monopoly because it teaches kids about capitalism
Monopoly teaches kids about real life situations like when you need to take out a loan from the bank or sell off property in order to pay back someone else who owes you money. Monopoly also teaches kids how important it is not only to have money but also know how much they have left after making purchases so they can plan ahead before using their last $100 bill on Boardwalk!
If you’ve never played Scrabble before, we’ll break it down. In Scrabble, players each get a board and letter tiles. There are two kinds of words: ones that use all seven letters in a row (known as “bangs”), and those that use all seven letters but not necessarily in a straight line. You can challenge another player’s word if you think they’re making one up or trying to cheat. You can also challenge their bangs if you think they’re cheating there too!
There are lots of ways to make this game more fun:
- Have everyone put on hats with numbers on them so nobody knows who is going first! Or have everyone write their number down on an index card beforehand—or roll dice for it?
- Play with five-letter words instead of seven-letter ones since it makes the game much easier (but also longer). This could be an option for younger children who aren’t ready for full-on Scrabble yet; no shame if your kid just wants milk and cookies after school instead of learning algebraic equations at home like mine does! My son loves everything about math except actually doing anything related to it…
Catan is a game about building up your colony on an island. There are many different versions of the game, but the basic rules are the same.
You will need: 4 players and one copy of Catan for each player to play.
The goal of the game is to be the first person who gets 10 victory points (VPs). You get VPs by having settlements that produce resources, by trading with other players for goods or by buying them with gold. Each turn you roll two dice and move your piece along a track that shows how far you can go in a turn. After moving your character, you may either choose to build on a space or buy something from another player’s settlement or port space if there is any available there.”
UNO is a card game that can be played by up to 10 players, and it’s no wonder why this game has been popular for over 50 years. It was originally called “Reverse”, but UNO is currently the official name. The game was created in 1971, and Mattel owns all rights to the product.
UNO is great fun for kids, teens, adults and even grandparents! All you need is a little patience before jumping into the action. On each turn players must: draw one card from the deck; play one card; if you have no matching cards in your hand then you must take two cards from any player in your color group instead of drawing from the deck (this includes wilds). You’ll want to get rid of all your cards before anyone else does!
These board games are a lot of fun and good for the whole family.
You and your family will love these board games. They’re easy to learn, easy to play, and easy on your wallet. Plus they can be played by people of all ages from the little ones up through their grandparents or even great-grandparents!
These games are perfect for getting everyone together in the same room for some family fun without breaking the bank or having to worry about it being too hard for anyone who doesn’t know how to play yet.
We hope this list has given you some great ideas for getting your family together and having fun! There’s such a wide variety of games out there, there’s something for everyone. We were able to pick just three board games, but if you want more suggestions, feel free to leave us a comment below. Stay tuned for more great tips on how to make family time even more enjoyable!