Games also contribute a great deal to kids.It is a great way to improve a great number of mental and physical skills, and often bring with them a lot of benefits. Games are one way for children to get these normal but undesirable impulses under control. For example, games teach the concept of taking turns and allowing attention to be on others at times. Games teach patience while children wait for their turn and wait for the end of the game before they or another player can be declared the winner or For example, young children develop fine motor skills when they handle playing cards, pick up small game pieces and move them around the board, stack and assemble parts and so on. Games have a far greater educational influence than most people are aware of. Many children with developmental disabilities, who don’t normally seem to react to their environments are often completely transformed when playing games. The as children grow older, their play becomes more complicated, and requires increasingly more social skills. Games for children should have very few restrictions; but as players grow older, the games have more rules and regulations appear. These require even greater self-control. Rules like waiting one’s turn, and not starting over the line in race until the signal is given require a lot of mental and physical control.