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My Personal Experience of Playing Games with My Children
I played video games with my children when they were younger. We enjoyed family time together and had many different activities we enjoyed, other than just playing video games. We all had different interests so we agreed to do something or play something together by taking turns to pick which activity we would do next. In addition to playing video games together, other activities included, but were not limited to: various sporting games, swimming, going on long walks, board games, singing, dancing, artwork, cooking (When we cooked together, we mostly baked chocolate chip cookies. I let them pick what we were going to cook together). We participated in other word games and other activities. It was usually great fun.
My son had several favorite video games to play. One of his favorite games was Pac Man. We all enjoyed playing it together. I will admit sometimes we had to pause the game and take a break. Video games have been a major form of family entertainment, not for just my family but for many others. However, what we know about the effects of video games on family relationships is still limited.
I experienced frequent video game time with family members. It was an experience of family satisfaction and family closeness we had with one another. Many game features existed that facilitate family relationships and closeness.
Families Playing Online Games Together
Video games have become an increasingly important form of entertainment for children and the entire family. Video games have become popular across different cultures and countries. With the growing popularity of video games, the game industry has also developed dramatically over recent years. It is undeniable that video games have become an important part of life for many children and families.
Despite the fact that video games are now a highly popular form of entertainment, research on video games is still in its early stages. Most video game research has focused on traditional media effects issues.
We hope you enjoy playing these free games together as a family.
We cannot thank you enough for sharing this information with your family.
Patricia L. Hope Kirby
Hope for Children Foundation also known as Hope for Children