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If your loved ones made the NICE list this year, you'll need stocking stuffers.
Although these gifts tend to be small, if it is cool enough, it can still get the title of “Best toy I got this year!” So let's un-stuff these Stocking Stuffers and check out our top picks for the holiday season!

From communication skills to relationship development, playing games with others works our brain "muscle" in so many ways. Board games can encourage healthy brain development in kids and teens and for older adults playing games improves attention and working memory. Whether we are one year old or ninety-nine, research, and studies show significant emotional and cognitive gains for children, maintaining sharpness and decreasing risk of Alzheimer's in adults and promoting healing and memory of aging adults. 

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