There are certain toys and games that encourage communication between parents and children all by themselves. With board games, playing the games without speaking is hardly possible - indeed, linguistic exchange is at the forefront of these activities. At the same time, children learn to deal with losing when playing board games, which has a positive effect on their emotional development. Children between the ages of 2 and 3 years can start the game marathon with classics such as Memory, dominoes, and wobbly towers. Other classics such as Ludo, dominoes, Mikado, or Viking games are more suitable for children aged between 3 and 4 years old due to their more complex rules so they won't be overwhelmed.
Classic games support children's speech development