Dice games and toys are a great combination

National Dice Day – December 4 AND Safe Toys and Gifts Awareness Month – December

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Dice games require strategy and luck.

National Dice Day is a day where we celebrate the popular board game tool. You can celebrate by playing your favorite board game, but make sure it is one that uses dice! National Dice Day is on December 4 every year! Maybe you want to pull out your old game of Yahtzee, or get a group of friends together to play Dungeons & Dragons. Perhaps you want to host a family game night featuring Monopoly, Farkle, or another dice game. If enough games are being played, maybe people will not notice that some board games can be fun and use spinners or cards instead. Can you play them on this day? Sorry, not Sorry.

National Dice Day is on December 4 every year, but it is only one day in a month that is full of fun and adventure. Prevent Blindness America has declared December as Safe Toys and Gifts Awareness Month, and dice games would fit into that category.

Prevent Blindness America created this day as a way to encourage people that donate toys and games to local drives to consider which toy they buy and what age group the toy is for.

Stuffed animals, toy trucks, dolls, and games are often collected during the month of December. Donations during Safe Toys and Games Month are often given to charities that help kids who are less fortunate get their own Christmas presents.

Remember, as you have fun and play board games with your friends and family, consider helping another child have an amazing Christmas experience! An easy way is to drop toys off at Les Schwab Tires at 2160 North Texas Street. Check out more information at https://www.lesschwab.com/toydrive.

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