Why do children need books instead of mindless games?
After a few minutes of anxious tapping, she cried out in frustration and threw her iPad which landed by the wall with a shattered screen.
Her mother yanked her arm angrily and shouted, "Now you've done it! That thing cost me a lot of money. What did you do that for?"
The little girl replied tapping her foot and wringing her fingers anxiously, "I was angry because couldn't get to the next level."
Playing mindless games
In my experience, working as a nurse with children, playing games does not relax children. It occupies them and parents think their kids are entertained, but, instead, kids become obsessed, frustrated, and angry.
Read with your children
I've never seen a child throw a book in frustration and anger. When parents read with young children, the kids snuggle up to their parents and feel relaxed.
Stories trigger the imagination of children, widens their vocabulary, prompts them to be confident and compassionate, teaches them family values, and acceptance of others who are different or have disabilities.
Mindless video games can't do that.
Give books to your children
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