family games

Games in the fam­i­ly cir­cle help not only to have fun and inter­est­ing time for all fam­i­ly mem­bers, but also bring them togeth­er. The more time peo­ple spend togeth­er, the clos­er they become to each oth­er, the more they have in com­mon.

A vari­ety of games in the fam­i­ly cir­cle have a ben­e­fi­cial effect on the full devel­op­ment of the child and increase his self-esteem. Yes, and it is some­times use­ful for adults to put aside every­day prob­lems and briefly return to a hap­py child­hood. More­over, you can play even if there are no or no small chil­dren in your house yet.

Board family games

Fam­i­ly board games are espe­cial­ly pop­u­lar. Their attrac­tive­ness is that addi­tion­al equip­ment is not need­ed, it takes up lit­tle space, and all fam­i­ly mem­bers have inter­est and excite­ment. Board games are divid­ed into: clas­sic, eco­nom­ic, edu­ca­tion­al, puz­zles, quizzes, etc. There are many vari­eties of board games. From all the vari­ety, you can choose not only games for adults or chil­dren, but also joint home fam­i­ly games.

Types of fam­i­ly board games:

  • card — can par­tic­i­pate from one per­son (soli­taire) to sev­er­al, depend­ing on the cho­sen game;
  • bones;
  • minia­ture games — cars, rail­way, dolls, sol­diers;
  • games using pens and paper — sea bat­tle, tic-tac-toe;
  • board games — check­ers, chess;
  • games with pic­tures — domi­noes.

The game is a child’s learn­ing in nat­ur­al con­di­tions for him. Fam­i­ly games with chil­dren will help to instill in a child many social­ly sig­nif­i­cant qual­i­ties from ear­ly child­hood. Fol­low­ing cer­tain rules, wait­ing for your turn, the joy of vic­to­ry, the abil­i­ty to put up with fail­ure — all these qual­i­ties are sim­ply nec­es­sary for a child in the future.

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Outdoor games

Mobile fam­i­ly games are no less attrac­tive to chil­dren than all the oth­ers. As you know, chil­dren are per­pet­u­al motion machines, jumpers, etc. If you do not have enough free space in your apart­ment to frol­ic with the whole fam­i­ly, do not be dis­cour­aged. Sports fam­i­ly games are quite appro­pri­ate and on the street at any time of the year. Unless, of course, the weath­er at that moment is accept­able for walk­ing. Yes, and at home stretch­ing is some­times use­ful. You can arrange com­ic exer­cis­es with poems or music.

A few exam­ples of out­door games for home or street:

  • from the bounc­er’s cir­cle;
  • the sea is wor­ried once …;
  • relay races;
  • fut­sal or bas­ket­ball;
  • mini gym;
  • skates, skis, slide, snow­balls;
  • hide and seek;
  • tags;
  • edi­ble — ined­i­ble.

You can come up with some­thing of your own or bor­row knowl­edge from friends. Above, we have list­ed the main games that are prob­a­bly still famil­iar to our grand­par­ents, but still have not lost their rel­e­vance.

Family games and competitions

It should be borne in mind that not every fam­i­ly has chil­dren. For some, they have not yet been born, while for oth­ers they have already grown up and are rais­ing their own chil­dren, liv­ing sep­a­rate­ly. But this does not mean that adults (at any age — from youth to pen­sion­ers) do not play.

Games for cou­ples are no less diverse than chil­dren’s games. Inti­mate role-play­ing games are very pop­u­lar among young fam­i­lies, but you can’t play them with neigh­bors or friends.

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Inter­est­ing fam­i­ly games for adults:

  • joint cre­ativ­i­ty — draw­ing, cre­at­ing dec­o­ra­tive orna­ments;
  • joint dance course at home;
  • family games and competitions
  • read­ing aloud favorite authors or just inter­est­ing sto­ries;
  • cos­tume din­ner with friends;
  • put togeth­er a col­lec­tion of some­thing that inter­ests both of you;
  • do not exclude chil­dren’s games from the game menu;
  • board games.

In prin­ci­ple, it does not mat­ter what and how you play. The most impor­tant thing is that you will spend this time togeth­er, and not in dif­fer­ent rooms in front of a com­put­er or TV. By the way, com­put­er games for two can also bright­en up your joint leisure time.