She is 15 and introduced her love of the board game Monopoly this way: “My name is Angalique and I have a problem spending.”
Angalique Lawrence, from South Boston, says that saving money is hard for her, so playing Monopoly is a great way to sharpen her financial skills.
Who knew that the board games that teens started playing with their families in elementary school could relate to their current lives? Pondering which board game is your favorite could tell you something about your personality that you might not have considered.
Sixteen-year-old Infiniti McCain, from West Roxbury Academy, is into the board game Sorry!
She enjoys seeing people sent back while she goes forward.
“Everything is a competition to me,” she says.
Sixteen-year-old Kiara Batista, who attends the John D. O’Bryant School of Math & Science, says that she is partial to Monopoly. She says that it helps her learn more about buying property and investing.
“This,” she says, “will help me with my future.”