Behavior Corner: Top 35 Cooperative Games for Kids
[Source: Big Life Journal]
Collaborative board and card games are a great way for children to learn how to work together with others in a fun and hands-on way. These types of games require everyone to work together which leads to teamwork, creativity, and problem-solving.
In addition, cooperative games promote kindness and sharing, build communication skills, and help develop empathy.
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