I've read studies saying the opposite since video games train hand-eye coordination, solving various kinds problems and expeccially training your ability to make decisions which is a quite important trait.Yeah well he likes looking at the screen but my partner doesn't like him doing it. So I think he has watched me play games twice in total. She thinks it is bad for development and there is some research backing that up but who knows.
Monster Loves You may be what you're looking for. I played the Android version a lot. It's an interactive book with a skill system and many endings, each one giving you a badge.@F-zero: Why not try interactive books? There are books where you flap things out, where you put your fingers in and move the frogs eyes.
@F-zero: Why not try interactive books? There are books where you flap things out, where you put your fingers in and move the frogs eyes.
DrHAX said:I know I'm venting here. But after going through so much, and feeling so horrible, I thought going back to the places that made me happy would help fill in at least some of this void I feel.
Did it file assault charges?Recently hit a deer right before my birthday
That was my reaction stepping out the morning afterwards.No no no no, really didn't need to see that
I think she was referring to the poor deer and not the car, it's just an object.
I didn't need to see anything visual to back it up .