The Effects Of Video Games

Video games are electronic games that involves interaction with a user interface to generate visual feedback in a TV screen or Computer Monitor. To play a video game one would generally need a gaming console and some of the popular gaming consoles around are Playstation and Xbox. Parents are known to frown on gaming whenever they see their children playing them, as they see it as time wasting and some people also feel violence in some games are bad for children.

Not all parents can see the advantages of gaming and this is the point of this article, to point out the positive effects of gaming on children. Here are some of the mental skills that are acquired in gaming.

  1. Problem Solving and Logic: When children play games, it helps them train their brain to come up with creative ways to solve puzzles and other problems in a short time.

Wizitup K12 Learning App was developed knowing the mental skills that children gets from gaming and seeing that these are skills they will be using in their day to day adult life. Wizitup K12 Learning App is an educational app with over 100 exciting cartoons, kindergarten songs and rhymes, cool math games and over 2,000 practice tests. Get your kids this app and watch them build and enjoy the habit of learning.

Blending such a major trend into children’s education is beneficial to them by improving their learning experience. Skills they amass now can be utilized later on when they start sitting down to think about careers and professions.

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Habib Wasulu

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Digital Marketing Strategist for Vericore Technologies, Techlover, Always thinking about the future, Photography is a hobby. Kids and Education are priorities.

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Wizitup is an e-learning solution that changes the way you think about education, from something boring to a whole lot of fun…learning is cool! #edtech