Take The Stance For Tech Free Time In 2020 With Goliath®

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Parents all across America are setting their resolutions to incorporate more time away from the screen into their children’s routines. Goliath recommends taking the first step by starting a weekly family game night.

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“Goliath aims to create games that inspire children to dream big and embrace their imagination. The best way to do that is to take a break from the screens and engage in real family conversations,” said David Norman, President of the Goliath North American Division.

Parents are determined to take screen time down a notch in 2020. Ring in the New Year with Goliath! Making a commitment to tech-free time has never been easier for families with Goliath’s lineup of games.

Parents all across America are setting their resolutions to incorporate more time away from the screen into their children’s routines. Goliath recommends taking the first step by starting a weekly family game night.

Classic family staples such as Rummikub are an excellent place to start. Rummikub is ideal for people of different ages to play together and has all the elements that make a great game. It’s easy to learn and fast moving. The object is to be the first to play every tile on the rack as players take turns placing numbered tiles in runs and groups rummy style.

Googly Eyes Showdown is a wild and wacky game that will keep family members excited for their next game night. Googly Eyes Showdown is an epic battle that challenges players vision and leaves them googling for more! Teams put on the zany, vision-distorting glasses and start to draw while teammates try to guess what they’re drawing.

Netflix fans will enjoy the Carmen Sandiego ACME’s Most Wanted board game. Cue the nostalgia for parents! Play as Carmen Sandiego and travel to exotic locations on the hunt for the lost loot.

Not only do family game nights encourage bonding time, but they also teach children how to think strategically and more creatively. This in turn boosts confidence and builds a strong sense of self-worth.

Parents are determined to stick to their resolutions and build in more time away from the screens. Reports have shown that too much screen time negatively effects sleep quality. Cutting back children’s exposure can lead to a more restful sleep, and ultimately garner better grades at school.

“Goliath aims to create games that inspire children to dream big and embrace their imagination. The best way to do that is to take a break from the screens and engage in real family conversations,” said David Norman, President of the Goliath North American Division.

“Let us help you start a new tradition of family game night. Game night is the perfect way to bring people together, laugh as a family and cut back on those pesky screens.”

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About Goliath

Goliath was founded in 1980 by Adi Golad and he cofounded the Goliath’s USA division with David Norman in 2008. Goliath is one of the few remaining family-owned global toy and game companies. Goliath is now a global manufacturer and distributor of a broad range of products. Examples include Wahu®, Rocket Fishing Rod®, Rummikub®, Rubik’s Cube®, Tri-Ominos®, Sequence®, Pop the Pig®, Doggie Doo™, Gator Golf®, Let’s Go Fishin® and Phlat Ball®.

The company has continued to see substantial growth with the acquisitions of Pressman Toy® and JAX® in the US, Crown & Andrews® and Britz ‘n Pieces/Wahu in Australia, Modelco® in France, Elephanta® in New Zealand, and Vivid® in the UK. Goliath is a market leader in TV-promoted games and is active in many other toy categories, such as puzzles, arts & crafts, outdoor, activity, and novelties. Goliath products now sell in more than 75 countries worldwide and the company has offices in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Hong Kong, Italy, The United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, USA and Canada. For more information, please visit http://www.goliathgames.com.

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