Playing board games help bring people together. It’s the perfect way to spend time with loved ones and create the perfect bond with one another while having fun at the same time. Board games help someone meet new people as well. For many people, playing board games can connect them with their past and bring a sense of nostalgia to make them feel safe and happy. Furthermore, playing board games teaches one how to set goals and be more patient in their life.
During this pandemic, board games brought people even closer together than usual.
Students from Rancho Cucamonga High School share their favorite board game to play.
Junior Kaylee Pinon said, “My favorite game is Heads Up because there’s so many different categories to play, and you can play with as many people want. This game definitely keeps my friends and I entertained when we’re waiting for an amusement park ride.”
Sophomore Kylie Chambers said, “I definitely liked Candy Land the most. I really like it because it reminds me of my childhood, I used to always play it the most out of all of the games out there.”
Junior Desiree Almendarez said, “One of my favorite board games would have to be Monopoly because it’s a very fun game to play with friends and family, especially when there’s an event.”
Junior Erika Stager said, “My favorite board game is definitely monopoly because me and my sisters have always liked playing that game from when we were younger until now.”