When I was three years old, I started at a local kindergarten in WuHan. Along with many other children from my neighbourhood, I had meals at my kindergarten. I slept there five nights a week as both my parents worked. The most unforgettable memory of living in my kindergarten were the many board games I played with friends.
The board game can be a bridge that builds connections. People from different countries can communicate by playing games. Parents can teach their children by playing games. The board game can also be a magic box to keep good times and memories in.
I have developed a board game titled Just Play It. The main purpose of my game is to help children learn numbers and basic math. The second purpose is to remind parents to spend time with their children.
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