My name is Cacey Taylor, owner of educationalgamesguide.com. With the help of Solo Build It I was able to put together a website featuring games and activities that are both fun and educational.
I was one of those kids that looked at the clock every day in school wondering when this day was going to end. Then it was home to watch t.v or play video games. I dreaded a lot of the material that was being presented from grade school all the way through high school. I enjoyed it when teachers organized various games such as spelling bees and 7-up.
The mission of educationalgamesguide.com is to promote fun educational games which can be used in a wide variety of arenas. EducationalGamesGuide.com wants to bring you the best possible resources for your enjoyment. As the gaming industry continues to grow at a rapid rate, educationalgamesguide.com wants to bring to your attention a lot of these fun-filled games.
You may have heard that long video game usage leads to ADD or ADHD, bad school performances, violent behavior’s associated with long hours of violent play, but educationalgamesguide.com strives to reverse this trend. From ages 0-12 months, certain games played with babies can be both fun and developmental. These games help with brain building, language, motor skills, vocabulary, and other developmental skills. As we get older skills learned from specialized gaming, including video games, continue to be utilized elsewhere. Educationalgamesguide.com focuses on games that develop skills such as learning, teamwork, decision-making, problem solving, and social skills.
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