WELCOME
  TO THE
INVENTIVE
  W o rl d
    of
da
Traditional
  BOARD
  GAMES
Board games came into existence some 2000 years ago.



One of the earliest was found on a stone slab in an Egyptian

    ...
Like life’s many essentials,
they provide the nutrients and

building blocks that can so help
       to strengthen us
So, how do they
really help......
b o a r d
g a m e s

     . . . . .
stimulate a player’s brain into
thinking

help in rationalizing,

aid problem solving realistically
Those who play board games
regularly can drastically reduce their
risk of Alzheimer's disease and
dementia as they age.

W...
Deductive and logical reasoning
and
problem solving strategies
are among the skills gained
through board games.
One of the most important benefits is
the interaction and bonding playing
games brings to families
Board games also promote
patience and perseverance,
and can increase a child’s
ability to focus as well as
increase the at...
Children develop planning skills and
an understanding of strategy.
Board games teach a number of
valuable life lessons, li...
LFD
designers of traditional wooden games
and toys, present a set of eight
unique board games from around the
world.
Games...
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         TSORO YEMATATU
[Tsoh-roh-Yeh-mah-tah- too], is a
  ‘stone game played with three’
 from Zimbabwe....
Picaria
Picaria, (Pic-a-REE-a) a 3-in-a-row
  game played by the Keres and
 Pueblo Indians of New Mexico is
a tic-tac-toe ...
Shisima, is the Kenyan for ‘ A Body of Water ’,
 and it’s all about the rapid movement of the pieces
      during play lik...
Bagh Chal
  Played for over ten centuries, ‘Bagh Chal’ or Tiger Moves is
the national game of Nepal . This thrilling two-p...
ljqfqfp
KIPEPEOE [Swahili for bu erfly], is a two player abstract
strategy game from Mozambique. The board is essentially
 ...
Picaria

 Chauka Bara, a race game conceptualised in sixth century
   India, hails from Karnataka, southern India. Careful...
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 Morabaraba is a traditional A ican
 strategy board game for two players.
    Although it is very ea to learn
 ...
Quirkat, a game of ancient Egytian origin, is a
predecessor of the well-known checkers and draughts.
 A game of strategy t...
For further information, contact us at:
  kidsedutainment@hotmail.com



          We’re also retailing at:
          LAND...
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KEC Board Games

  1. 1. WELCOME TO THE INVENTIVE W o rl d of
  2. 2. da Traditional BOARD GAMES
  3. 3. Board games came into existence some 2000 years ago. One of the earliest was found on a stone slab in an Egyptian pyramid. Over the centuries they’ve evolved to offer each generation of players a challenge and mental stimulus that surpasses all else.
  4. 4. Like life’s many essentials, they provide the nutrients and building blocks that can so help to strengthen us
  5. 5. So, how do they really help......
  6. 6. b o a r d g a m e s . . . . .
  7. 7. stimulate a player’s brain into thinking help in rationalizing, aid problem solving realistically
  8. 8. Those who play board games regularly can drastically reduce their risk of Alzheimer's disease and dementia as they age. Why? Playing board games is incredibly good for your mental and physical health and your very sanity.
  9. 9. Deductive and logical reasoning and problem solving strategies are among the skills gained through board games.
  10. 10. One of the most important benefits is the interaction and bonding playing games brings to families
  11. 11. Board games also promote patience and perseverance, and can increase a child’s ability to focus as well as increase the attention span.
  12. 12. Children develop planning skills and an understanding of strategy. Board games teach a number of valuable life lessons, like - sportsmanship and the typical ups and downs of life’s joys and troubles.
  13. 13. LFD designers of traditional wooden games and toys, present a set of eight unique board games from around the world. Games that are the true precursors of modern day challengers like chess and draughts. Go ahead- give this rediscovered gaming a try!
  14. 14. utpsp!zfnbubuv TSORO YEMATATU [Tsoh-roh-Yeh-mah-tah- too], is a ‘stone game played with three’ from Zimbabwe. This three in a row alignment game can be played on long journeys, as an exciting weekend activity, strengthening a player’s strategy skills.
  15. 15. Picaria Picaria, (Pic-a-REE-a) a 3-in-a-row game played by the Keres and Pueblo Indians of New Mexico is a tic-tac-toe like alignment game. This exciting math oriented game was rst introduced to the Zuni people (Pueblo Indians) by the Spanish Conquistadores
  16. 16. Shisima, is the Kenyan for ‘ A Body of Water ’, and it’s all about the rapid movement of the pieces during play like the quick skimming of bugs over the surface of a water body ! Time stands still as you play this unique octagonal alignment board game. Designed to increase mathematical logic, Shisima is a perfect combination of unlimited fun and learning.
  17. 17. Bagh Chal Played for over ten centuries, ‘Bagh Chal’ or Tiger Moves is the national game of Nepal . This thrilling two-player strategy game is conceptualised by Himalayan herders based on their own lifestyle. Played for over ten centuries, ‘Bagh Chal’ or Tiger Moves is the national game of Nepal . This thrilling two-player strategy game is conceptualised by Himalayan herders based on their own lifestyle.
  18. 18. ljqfqfp KIPEPEOE [Swahili for bu erfly], is a two player abstract strategy game from Mozambique. The board is essentially two triangles joined together at a common vertex which makes the board look like a bu erfly. This three in a row game appeals to all ages. Try it yourself!
  19. 19. Picaria Chauka Bara, a race game conceptualised in sixth century India, hails from Karnataka, southern India. Careful thinking and planning are a prerequisite for this game. Two to four players strategise intelligently to reach the innermost square first. Four cowrie shells play a key role in determining a player’s victory.
  20. 20. Npsbcbsbcb Morabaraba is a traditional A ican strategy board game for two players. Although it is very ea to learn [even young children quickly master the rules] , Morabaraba has the depth to provide a real mental challenge !
  21. 21. Quirkat, a game of ancient Egytian origin, is a predecessor of the well-known checkers and draughts. A game of strategy that arrays 2 armies of 12 soldiers each,on a gridded battlefield in a battle to the last man.
  22. 22. For further information, contact us at: kidsedutainment@hotmail.com We’re also retailing at: LANDMARK Store, Infiniti Mall, Andheri, Mumbai

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