Monday, July 9, 2012

Cooperative Games


Teach your kids that it’s fun to work together!
Cooperation is the key to any fun family activity, and what better way to teach your kids the enjoyment of teamwork than by playing games with them?
Having your kids work together as a group and for the good of the group in a game encourages them to develop high social dynamics, and influences the actions they take wherever they go: at home, at a school project, and even with their friends. Cooperation and teamwork are valuable assets in your child’s future, so training them at the earliest possible age will give them a great head-start for a better tomorrow.
Having children work with their peers also fosters respect and compassion. When one of their own suffers a small defeat, all the others rush in and help him; compared to a traditional game where when one gets a little down, the others rejoice in his misfortune. Cooperative games improve a child’s ability to show empathy and encouragement. They learn to share in winning and losing, to encourage and show compassion.
Show your kids the value of working together as a group starting at home, today! Sharpen their minds and polish their hearts. You can be sure that every game you play with your kids binds your family together all the tighter.
Mermaid Island introduces an engaging and fun time for your kids, while teaching them how to work together and help each other out. Up to six players can team up in the game to take down the evil Sea Witch before she gets to Mermaid Island. Collect wants to defeat the Witch, but don’t let her get to your mermaids or you’ll have to start over!
The game features a unique play-style where the players help each other out, developing your child’s logic, sociability, and teamwork skills while spending quality time with them; and with minimal reading required you can be sure even the youngest in the family can help out.
Get your kids off that couch and into a bright future with these innovative cooperative games and watch as they grow into the children you want them to be!























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