Ok, hold on, we know what you’re going to say.
“Video games? My kid plays enough video games, pretty soon their eyes are going to turn into TV screens!”
It’s true, with the development of well-stocked app stores for smartphones and tablets kids today are playing video games more than ever. And with summer upon us, they’ll probably spend time playing video games to relax.
But that doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing.
Certainly, some games out there involve little more than running and gunning, but if you’re careful you can help your child get into games that can help them not only relax but help improve executive functioning.…