Kids Insights has released the results of its first Global Toys and Games Report 2020.
The preliminary report found that in the UK, more than one-sixth to nine-year-olds play classic board games every month, such as "Millionaire", "Guess Who" and "Building Block", and the team's data shows that there is a positive link between playing board games and active health.
According to reports from Kids Insights, teenagers who play board games with hobbies often feel 51% more happy than usual.
Similarly, they feel anxious at a slower rate. At the same time, the report also emphasizes the importance of sustainable development, and emphasizes that as families become more eco-centric, brands need to pay more attention to their sustainable development strategy, because this has become a more important purchasing decision factor.
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