2. Games We Play

This group of challenges focuses on games and puzzles, asking you to think about your preferences and beliefs. Why do you play games? What are your favorites? Who do you play with?

Games have been around since ancient times, and they’re here to stay. It’s hard to describe exactly what games are, but it’s not hard to know why we like them. Playing games can increase our skills and knowledge, make us more engaged, help us to better understand ourselves and others, and inspire creative thinking.

Think about the first game you remember playing. Whether it was Peekaboo or hide-and-seek or a game you made up, you most likely remember laughing. Hold onto that sense of delight and mirth as you work through these challenges.

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