Not surprisingly for critics of video games—even non-violent ones—the article concluded that when it comes to healthy physical activity, kids need “real balls, real rackets and real courts.” And they need parental involvement in these activities as well. When it comes to playtime, parents can’t realistically expect to hunker down over their email and have their kids remain content playing by themselves; children will want to involve themselves with their own electronic pursuits. One-on-one activities like reading to children, playing a game of catch or creating a finger-paint masterpiece, are immeasurable experiences in healthy play, imagination-building, and bonding between parent and child. And no iPad can accomplish that.
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