If you have shopped for children's games lately, you may have noticed that cooperative games have become a popular option for young children. These games are really valuable on many levels. To begin with, a cooperative game is played by using teamwork.Teamwork. is comprised of trust, cooperation, mutual decision making and sharing of skills. Players don't necessarily play against each other but unite to solve a problem or confront a common obstacle. Though competition is not the focus of cooperative games, there is a winning team (contrary to what some may think, cooperative games are not about letting kids win every time) The difference is that when you win, you win as a team, and when you lose, you lose as a team. No one is left out of the game and everyone contributes. It is about having fun and working together!
Below is a sample of cooperative games that we love.
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