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Love Board Games?? – Then visit this cute toy shop for an exhaustive collection ranging from good-old Indian Funskool to American ThinkFun brands

Most kids today spend a lot of time in front of the television or their parent’s mobile phones. While many parents dislike the same, they sometimes run out of options on how to otherwise entertain their kids or keep them busy.

One of the best alternatives is to get them engaged in Board Games. And we have found one of the best places to shop them.

Aptly named – ‘Full of Toys’, this shop in Jayanagar 3rd block (located above Pizza Hut), sells an exhaustive collection of board games. Are we talking about the same old -snake & ladder or ludo or monopoly?? …NO! There are so many other board games that you would have never imagined existed.

This 5-year old shop sells games from not only Indian companies such as Funskool, Smartvity and Skola but also from a few international brands such as ThinkFun. They also have a nice small collection of books and other regular toys such as dolls and miniature cars. Apart from this store, they also sell their collection online on their website www.fulloftoys.com.

What I liked a lot was that their sales-in-charge Ms. Lakshmi was very knowledgeable about the board games they were selling. She was actively suggesting the games one could purchase on the basis of the child’s age and was also explaining how they should be played.

An interesting aspect of the store was the small chairs and benches they had laid down. This, Ms. Lakshmi explained was to facilitate their event called Playdate, where both parents and children get to spend an hour playing various board games at their store. This definitely sounds like a lot of fun and a must try. We are pretty sure, this could help bond better as a family and may be even act as a great stress buster after a stressful day at work. You could check with them for the event schedule dates

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