The 10 Best Kid’s Board Games that Teach Social Skills

Child psychologists and pediatricians have recognized that today’s lack of play contributes to children’s overall lack of well-being.

An increased focus on academic activities, overly structured family, school, and extracurricular schedules has led to less playtime for kids. Today we are sharing the best board games that teach social skills for kids.

1.Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game

For five years, it’s been the best-selling preschool game for a reason. It’s easy to play. Little kids love to spin the spinner and feed their squirrel five different colored acorns.

2. Candyland

For over 70 years, this adored, easy-to-understand game set within a kids’ dreamland of candy has been a go-to for families.

3. Zingo

It’s Bingo with a Zing! Fifty million families have purchased this kid favorite, award-winning Toy of the Year.f

4. Richard Scarry’s Busytown, Eye Found It

If you want to introduce your young child to the fun of board games but they are still getting used to losing, this game is for you.