Benefits of Educational Games for Your Child

I think many of us grew up playing video games. Super Mario. Mario Kart. Sonic.

They were entertaining and fun. I played all through college and still play some games on my phone. To me, it is a great way to be social, relax, and have fun.

But some people see video games as a necessary evil. Some people think that computer games are evil. I do not agree with them. The question of whether computer games bring more benefit or harm is debatable. But one thing is certain for sure: computer games, video games and games on a smartphone can be used for educational purposes.

There are many skills to be learned, concepts to practice, and overall education aspects to video games.

  1. Help children to develop patience through repetition.
  2. Develop problem-solving skills.
  3. Many games teach important life skills.
  4. They learn puzzle solving techniques.
  5. Develop reasoning and logic skills.
  6. Develop an understanding of programming and lead to later technological studies.
  7. Children can learn collaboration skills in games that require two or more players to work together in a compatible way.
  8. Studies show that video game play improves mental clarity.
  9. Improve math skills.  Quick Brain is based on principles of cognitive psychology to help you practice different mental skills: memory, attention, speed, reaction, concentration, logic, mathematics, time tables and more math quiz.

A list of undervalued educational games worth playing has recently been published. You may not have heard of them.

Enjoy the game! It’s not just the body that needs training, is it?