children: December 2011 Archives

275x250.jpg Six out of ten families will opt for board games over computer games this Christmas, a study has found.

While gadgets, gizmos and games consoles will feature on many wish lists this year, millions of families will still find time to dig out old classics such as Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit and Scrabble.
Most of those who will opt for board games said they preferred them because they ‘brought the family together’ and are ‘more fun’.
The study also found families are most like to reach for a board game at 2.28pm – once the presents have been opened and dinner has been served.
Which means the first board game related arguments should kick in at about 2.31pm.

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