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Family time is one of the most important aspects as you may remember from your own childhood, playing games with your parents, siblings, cousins, and friends. It was fun and everyone loved it. Playing games helped build strong bonds between you and your loved ones. Games helped keep you connected and, most likely, had a long-lasting impact on your family, even if you don’t immediately recognize it.
Playing age-appropriate games keeps children, and you, engaged. They challenge the mind, teach you strategy, problem solving, pattern recognition, collaboration, critical thinking, deductive reasoning, teamwork, and many other skills. Playing games helps build confidence, reduces stress, and can even help boost brain development in kids. Some games boost motor skills and can even lead to getting better grades in school.
Games bring fun, laughter, conversations, and so much more to the table. It teaches children the importance of family, flexibility, and sportsmanship. It helps young ones learn to follow rules and to win and lose gracefully.
Playing pen and paper games reduces electronic screen time which is great for both mental and physical wellbeing If done on a regular basis, you can start new traditions that will create fond memories that last a lifetime.
One of our favorite things about playing games is that many only need pen and paper to play. Creating them is inexpensive, which is great when so many are out of work or working reduced hours.
When selecting games to play, consider the age necessary to understand the rules. Choose games that help improve certain skills. Also, ensure the games are ones that your child will enjoy, though definitely push them outside the box a bit to challenge them as well.
When you think about family game nights, you may think board games – which are not always cheap – and games that take hours to play. That’s not always the case though. You can create paper versions of some of those board games. Some games don’t take long to play and are still a lot of fun. So, consider how you can make and play games that fit your family’s needs.
In this package, we’ve created 10 game templates to get you started. You can use them individually or combine them to quickly create activity books and more to sell and use for your own family.
Templates you’ll find in this bundle include paper versions of Battleship, Crossword Puzzles, Cryptograms, Sudoku, Word Puzzles, Word Searches, Hangman, Connect Four, Word Scrambles, Tic Tac Toe and Dots and Boxes.
We’ve also included 80+ ready-to-go games to help you get a jumpstart on creating new memories with your family.
Let’s Talk About the Templates Included in this Month’s Package:
Our goal every month is to make things simpler for you…to make it easier for you to reach more people in your business and get more sales. With that in mind, let’s look at this month’s templates pack. This bundle includes 10 game templates to get you started including include paper versions of Battleship, Crossword Puzzles, Cryptograms, Sudoku, Word Puzzles, Word Searches, Hangman, Connect Four, Word Scrambles, Tic Tac Toe and Dots and Boxes. Also included is 80+ ready-to-go games! Now let’s take a closer look!
10 Game Templates
Use these game templates to get you started. Use them individually or combine them to create activity books and more.Other Details
- 1 Ebook (PDF), 9 Pages
- 10 Templates (PPTX)
- Ready To Play Games
- Year Released/Circulated: 2021
- File Size: 11,394 KB
[YES] Can use
[NO] RESELL OR GIVEAWAY