Gaming good and bad
'I agree fully with the statement that there is good and bad games...'
I agree fully with the statement that there is good and bad games; on the good side my twins have a wonderful maths program that rewards them for each level done correctly with a game of their choice, and parents can ad their own reward such as a take away etc! (you set the amount of questions they must answer correctly).

We also have chess,solitaire, 101 dalmatians etc that is educational, helps with concentration,hand/eye co ordination and is fun at the same time!
On the other hand; my teenager has obtained several games that he think,s is extremely "cool" but depicts violence! I have found that these games can affect a child,s Behaviour,as they get so caught up in the game and starts finding it difficult to differentiate between what is reality and what is not!
My little one,s are not allowed near these as they affect sleep patterns etc and I monitor my older boy when he plays, a word of advise; rather let him play it in your own home if you have to than letting him go to a friend where there may be no supervision!



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