Things to Do With the Kids When It Rains
When it rains on weekends or on Wednesdays, you have to redouble your efforts to keep the children busy. Even if TV is practical, playing with the family is really more fun. That’s why we’re going to see which are the most popular board games to have fun together.
The board game market offers a lot of novelties, however, Monopoly remains at the top of the list. Eternal, this great classic generally pleases everyone. Indeed, when it comes to get rich quick, there is something to motivate. You never get tired of this board game, thanks to its many versions (Lord of the Rings, Fortnite, Star Trek…). If you have slightly younger children, the junior version will be more suitable. The goal is to earn as much money as possible by investing your starting capital in hotels, or houses and by collecting rents from opponents. Don’t be afraid to bend the rules by trying out one of the latest editions: the “Cheaters Monopoly”!
THE GOOD PAY
La Bonne Paye is another board game that aims to be richer than other players. It’s a kind of Monopoly mixed with a game of goose. Throughout the game, you have to manage your capital correctly. The winner is the one with the most money left, at the end of the game. The number of players can vary from two to six. The starting sum being 650 euros, it will be necessary to avoid losing everything and at best, to optimize this capital.
THE TRIVIAL PURSUE
Nothing like learning new things in a fun way . This board game, invented in 1979, still appeals to fans of Trivial Pursuits and new generations. It is necessary to have a minimum of general culture, to hope to win the game. There are different versions, including a Junior J version, for the little ones.
Pictionary is a fun team game. The objective is simple: you have to make your teammate guess a word, an idea, or an expression, only with the help of a drawing. Be careful, you have to be quick because time is limited. Children love this game which allows them to express their creativity, in a relaxed atmosphere with their parents.
All card games are good fun. We can cite Uno, Mille Bornes, the game of 7 families, or even Loup-Garou, which is a role-playing game. The games do not last very long and it is therefore possible to vary the games during the afternoon, to meet everyone’s needs.