Board Games at Walnut School

Board games help to work on several very critical life skills in the students which cannot be developed in any other way. They learn risk taking, strategy planning and development, and develop their brain in a good way at the right stages.

  • Quick thinking, risk taking
  • Building resilience, improved decision making
  • Brain development
  • Develops personality traits 
  • Mental health benefits

With all these benefits how can you even imagine an academic program without board games? Make sure your child doesn’t miss out on these incredible benefits at the right stages of brain development! 

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