Playstation? Xbox? Nintendo DS? Wii? Chances are you have at least one of these in your household. You’ve either given into one of your child’s subtle request (read: no subtlety) for one, or have one leftover from your own gaming days. Perhaps you’re even still playing them faithfully now. Leaving aside the on-going debate about whether if there is any effect on children’s development, you might not be too keen on having one of these gadgets around simply for the amount of time that it results in your kids sitting on their butt all day. But what if you could transfer the benefits of videogames (and there are some) over into reality instead, without missing out on its fun and vibrancy, and get your kids more active instead?
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