Looking for the perfect Christmas gift? Christmas is fast approaching sooner than we expected. Because it is a time to give. The idea is to contribute more. And with that, the children look forward to the gifts, writing a wish list for Santa.
Since Christmas is also meant for spending quality time with the family, why not give your kids something other than the usual electronics? Every day they touched enough cell phones, mp3 players, video game consoles, televisions and computers. They need creative and demanding toys.
What better idea than board games. They are delicious, unique, challenging, and built to last. Consider the great days of monopoly, chess, pardon, checkers, etc. The pleasant moments of playing with your brothers and learning to work together. These board games can bring family and friends together for a fun night. As parents, it is our turn to give hope and pamper the little ones for Christmas. Seeing the joy in their facial expressions with surprise gifts is touching.
There are countless board games to choose from, including the new LEGO board games. Introduced in 2009, these toys have quickly attracted the attention of many LEGO-loving children. They are out of this world because in order to play, you must first build the set from scratch. Each LEGO game emphasizes its own distinctive goal. For example, in LEGO Minotaurus, the hero has to run to the epicenter of the maze to win, but there are dangerous booby traps. This features the mythical beast, Minotaur, who would happily enjoy any hero for dinner. Or like LEGO Orient Bazaar, where players fly on a magic carpet in search of precious gems. Matches can be played with 2-4 players. With over 10 games produced in the second wave of 2010 releases, you’ll have no trouble selecting the best toy for your kids this Christmas.
Board games actually help develop children’s learning curve better than electronic devices because they are corralled to think more. They are designed to challenge a child’s mind to the max. At the very least, board games allow children to build memories and positive relationships. I have an older colleague who told me his kids are fine because he taught them about board games at a young age.
Whether as a Christmas or birthday gift, these LEGO board games will make an excellent gift for children.