Parenting Tip: 7 Ways to Complement Computer Games and Unleash Your Child's
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Even though we may enjoy playing them ourselves, many parents worry about the impact of computer games on their child's development. We fear that letting our kids play computer games for more than an hour or so per day will turn them into anti-social, obese couch potatoes. It would be better to have our children read or to read child stories to them, we think. Yet, computer games are here to stay, so rather than fighting them, why not use them? This article shows you how you can let your child play computer games yet still foster the development of their creativity.

The issue that many parents have with computer games is that, compared with reading a child story, they don't require the use of a great deal of imagination. Here are seven ways in which you can complement computer games to foster the development of your child's creativity:


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