Author Damien Davis writes:
To the Parents:
In this book, I have presented games to tax a child’s mental capacities and decision making, games to develop a child’s coordination, and games to develop cooperation between children. Above all, these games give all children the opportunity to experience good, clean fun. These games are appropriate for both sexes, they require little or no equipment and expense and hopefully they will go a long way towards eradicating any tragic admission by many children. “I was bored on my holidays.”
To the kids:
Turn off your television, tablet, computer or smart-phone and read through the games in this book. If it is wet outside, try the indoor games or if the weather is fine read the outdoor section. If you feel like action, try the active games or if you want a quiet mental game read the passive games.
Choose a game you like the sound of, grab a family member or friend and try it out. I can guarantee that every game in this book provides new challenges and is fun to play. Okay, turn off the television, read through the book, choose a game and have some fun.