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The first thing is to find out why the child plays. As a pretty heavy gamer myself who has gone through a number of phases and reasons for getting lost in games, I know there can be many reasons why you get lost in a world of games. Once you know, here's some advice for three different kinds of players that I've been in the past: For the challenge When in ...


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Appropriate? I'd say it's safe, has no small elements, isn't a choking hazard, is made of plastic and powered by low-voltage batteries, so even tasting it won't hurt. But should you buy one for your toddler? I'd say no. Consult these two articles from babycenter: tv watching guidlines for toddlers video games and toddlers While I understand what you ...


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Answer A Game Boy or similar is likely too much for a child of that age to handle on its own and therefore not an appriate toy for a toddler. Reasoning Consider firing up a game of Tetris: (If I recall correctly) You have to wait for the Nintendo Logo to move across the screen press any key select 1/2 players select mode a/b select a level All ...


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My eleven year old was getting to the point that I would consider him addicted. He was either on the computer playing an online game or he was watching TV, which I considered even worse. At least there's some brain activity required for online gaming. If we asked him to do things (get ready for bed, bring your clothes down to be washed, come down to eat ...


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The first step of getting out of any addiction is accepting the fact of being addicted. That's the hardest part. And it's behind him, apparently. Second step: get clean. In this case - make him not play at all. For, say, a week. How to help to complete this phase? provide alternative occupation - painting the fence, going to the movies, a family board ...



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