Video games are affecting Academics Leann fung

Left: When there are no usage restrictions, video games take away time that should be spent on homework.

Right: With usage restrictions, middle school boys can prioritize their homework before playing video games.

Without usage restrictions, young boys will continue to play and stare at video games.

Instead, they can focus on academics.

When there is more time, boys can spend that time to study, which can result in higher test scores.

Instead of playing video games, middle school boys can join the Honor Society as a result of good grades.

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Created with images by StockSnap - "video games controller playstation" • ** RCB ** - "no video games" • Derek Bridges - "Twin Gameplay" • allison.johnston - "oh a typical gamer" • robertnelson - "Tonight was a good night, NJHS Induction."

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