When we think of educational video games, most parents think of our computers, not the gaming consoles connected to our TVs in the living room. Playing video games can be a positive learning experience for kids, not to mention a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon indoors. Games are much more than just mindless button mashing, so long as you know how to choose the right games for your kids. Games exercise children’s minds and imaginations during a period in their lives when they’re most receptive to creative ideas.
These six games will capture kids’ attention with their sheer fun factor, all the while encouraging creativity, socializing, and learning.
This article was written by Jo McClelland and originally appeared on Tecca.
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