Primary Category: Cognitive Development
Subcategories: Problem Solving, Concentration, Cause & Effect, Life Skills
Description of how the game can be used to fit the categories:
Monopoly Crazy Cash is known as the buying, selling, building game for kids. Kids can race around the crazy board, spend monopoly money and build wacky houses and hotels. While getting creative with the chance cards, players will be able to act out and make noises as they buy properties and collect rent to become the richest player… and win! Players will use problem-solving skills when rolling the dice and landing on a space. These skills will come in handy as they have to choose whether or not it is worth buying the property and how this can effect the game for future moves. Players will use concentration skills as they will need to focus on not only their own choices in the game of how they choose to spend their money, but other players choices of moves and spending as well in order to be successful in the game. Cause and effect occurs in this game since there is an effect to the number that is rolled on the dice as well as the properties that are bought. Lastly, monopoly crazy cash will teach children how to practice the use of money. This will teach the players the reasoning of life skills what happens if you spend too much money and when it is a good time to keep/hold your money.
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