Sunday, September 7, 2014

9/7/14 - Braiming by Mitch Moldofsky

Braiming: How computer games affect kid’s brains is a well-researched book about the effects of kids playing and learning from computer games.

Mitch Moldofsky illustrates this well written book.  Not only does he give us research but he also gives us the references to delve into for further reading on the subject.  He is the founder of the Thinking Skills Club which is a website of fun brain games to use after school.  I’ve learned a lot from the book and hope to put into practice the information for my grandchildren.  Who would have thought that computer games may be good for our children, not me?  We find out from the book that a lot of our kid’s teachers use computer math games to challenge them.  We also find out from his research the violent games don’t always make our children violent.

Braiming – Brain gaming is a wonderful tool for parents of children of any school age, and even before.  Moldofsky has done the research for us, just pick up the book.

I was given the book by the author for an honest review.

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