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In today’s data-driven educational realm, children across the country have become burdened with excess stress, anxiety and suppressed creativity. And thanks to social media, students’ intrapersonal skills—and communication in general, is vastly expiring. Combine this with truancy and we’ve unveiled the formula for failing schools. "Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning." The wise words of Fred Rogers should remain at the forefront of every classroom. Why not transform the classroom into a place where students want to be? Let’s get them talking, setting goals and persevering…through board games. The undisputed benefits of board games can directly remedy the current vices that hinder today’s youth. 1. Improved social skills 2. Increased brain function, focus, and memory 3. Reduces risks for mental diseases 4. Perseverance - Mindset, goal setting, patience 5. Creativity and Self-Confidence 6. Laughter

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In today’s data-driven educational realm, children across the country have become burdened with excess stress, anxiety and suppressed creativity. And thanks to social media, students’ intrapersonal skills—and communication in general, is vastly expiring. Combine this with truancy and we’ve unveiled the formula for failing schools. "Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning." The wise words of Fred Rogers should remain at the forefront of every classroom. Why not transform the classroom into a place where students want to be? Let’s get them talking, setting goals and persevering…through board games. The undisputed benefits of board games can directly remedy the current vices that hinder today’s youth. 1. Improved social skills 2. Increased brain function, focus, and memory 3. Reduces risks for mental diseases 4. Perseverance - Mindset, goal setting, patience 5. Creativity and Self-Confidence 6. Laughter

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