The value of direct interaction for kids

When today’s kids finally make it outside and start playing, how long do you think they go before the arguing begins? I did my own study. Take a guess.
Ahh..not long! Why?…Lack of direct interaction in their lives! When kids play video games together, they don’t really play together, they interact indirectly through the game. The game tells them what to do, how to do it…nothing to work out! One more black-eye for video games – doesn’t allow kids to develop life skills like they would through direct interaction out playing on their own,

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