Video games not only teach children creativity, problem-solving skills, leadership, but also inspire learning about culture and history.
Parents often focus on the risks and dangers rather than the potential benefits that video games bring. In any case, parents still have to admit games are part of the modern youth's age.
If you know how to find a suitable video game for your child, it can become a powerful tool to help children develop life skills. They can also help parents become more engaged with their children, help educators find new ways to support teaching, and help game makers create highly educational games.