Hosting a Family Game Night is a fun and engaging way for families to come together and spend quality time while learning new games that can help their students’ education. T.G. Givens recently hosted such an event, which allowed families to enjoy an evening of fun-filled games. They designed the games to help students learn and improve their cognitive skills, such as critical thinking, strategic planning, and problem-solving. These skills are essential for academic success, and students quickly develop through playing games that are both entertaining and educational.
Family Game Night provides a perfect opportunity for families to bond and create lasting memories. These types of events also offer a chance for parents to engage with their children in a relaxed and fun environment. Additionally, playing games together can help improve communication, teamwork, and social skills, essential for a child’s development.
Pictured above: Sophie Stockton plays Hi-Ho Cherry-O with her mom Logan Stockton.
In the spirit of continuing the fun and honing their skills, families could take the games home, allowing them to continue working on their newfound skills and strategies. Additionally, students could enter their names into a drawing for door prizes, adding excitement to the night. Families were encouraged to take their picture at the Game Night photo backdrop, capturing the memories they made and the fun they had for years to come. Overall, family game night provided an excellent opportunity for families to spend quality time together while learning and having fun.