I have fond memories of playing Life, the board game, with my sister and with other family members when I was a kid. For game night, there were some surprisingly deep lessons: take the longer way at the beginning in order to earn a higher salary, the stock market is worth playing (but it's not without its risks), and luck plays a role in building a fortune as well as in dismantling it. And spinning that spinner is fun; my sister and I actually used it to play made-up games of Wheel of Fortune when we tired of playing Life.
So I'm happy to report that Jada has gotten into the game as well. She likes playing banker - what a great lesson in adding negative numbers! - and finds it funny when she or Aaron "have kids." She's learning the same lessons I learned, too. And she also finds the spinner fun to spin. (She's never watched Wheel of Fortune, though, so that history is not repeating itself.)