How do we guide our children through a digital age, whilst creating healthy digital habits for them? Honestly, I don’t think that there is a right or wrong answer. It is, like all parenting decisions, whatever works for you and your family life.
Family settings on the Xbox empower parents and caregivers to set screen time limits, filter content by the age of their child, set purchase limits, and more to ensure every member of the family enjoys rewarding and positive gaming.
With the children getting older and computer games being introduced to our family gaming time. We are always on the look out for ways we can all join in and have fun together. Carnival Games from 2K is the perfect way to enjoy all the fun of the fair with 20 different mini games that will not only bring on the laughs but a slice of competitive spirit too!
Video games weren’t designed with your child’s brain development in mind, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t helping your child learn and grow. Gaming has a bad reputation for being a waste of time and a brain cell-killer. However, recent studies show this to be far from the truth. Here are four ways video games can actually benefit your kid.
DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders is part of the How To Train Your Dragon family we have seen 3 films, a TV series, games and toys. This game is set in the world of How To Train Your Dragon with a unique story and characters.