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Five digital games to help your child’s development

By Fiona Scott, Lecturer in Digital Literacies, University of Sheffield
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Recent research has linked playing video games in childhood with an increase in intelligence. While parents and carers may be pleasantly surprised by these findings, they are less unexpected for many researchers of children’s digital play.

Studies have previously shown that playing digital games is associated with a wide range of benefits for children, even in those who are very young. Certain types of digital game…The Conversation

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