Children Should be Encouraged to Play Video Games Tevin Boateng Antwi

Is there something else that could be gained from playing video games apart from having fun?

Children could learn valuable skills from playing video games.

Children learn best when they are having fun.

The Skills that children learn depend on the the video game's genre.

All genres of video games teach useful skills, even the violent ones.

Some video games mimic real life activities perfectly.

Learning the skills within the game could be compared to learning them in reality since the games are almost similar to reality.

A perfect emulation of real life

A child may learn how to drive a car from playing racing games.

Who says children can't learn to drive?

Skills learned from these video games could prove to be useful in some situations. For this reason, children should be encouraged to play video games.

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