5 Things Challenge – Games – 5 + 5

Dr. Tanya is our host for 5 Things Challenge. Today she says:
“To relieve the tedium and reduce screen time the good old board games are still there. Today I am going to list 5 of my favorites and will ask you to do the same.”

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This is a fun topic to me. There are more than five possibilities depending on who I am playing with. My daughters, when they were young used to love to play Parcheesi. I looked for it when my grandkids came along, and was unable to find it. Now they are passed the age to enjoy it, I think. Image from Amazon

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Another kid favorite was Chutes and Ladders. Both my kids and grandkids loved this one.
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Tic Tac Toes has been a favorite for all. It’s usually the first go to game for Z3.
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Sequence for kids was a favorite when the grands were little.
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Hungry Hungry Hippos was a loud and fun game to play with the young ones.

As an adult, I still like board games.

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Sequence was my favorite board game for years. I’ve played it with adults, teens, and kids. I’ve gifted the game numerous times. It is such a blast, as long as the players are not too competitive.

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Scrabble is another multi-aged great game. As long as the players are not too competitive.

 

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I’ve had many versions of Monopoly. I tend to like the basic one the best. A long, but great game, as long as the players are not too competitive.

 

 

 

 

 

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Pictionary is great with a variety of different ages. 
As long as the players are not too competitive.

 

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Checkers can be played with a variety of different ages too. When the grands are sometimes the winner and sometimes the loser, it makes for a fun game.

 

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