Toys and Games

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The Relationship Between Video Games And Science

Video games have provided many scientific fields with a plethora of research opportunities, often providing researchers with valuable information relating to the psychology and physical attributes of people who play games. Insight Into a Gamer’s Mind As aforementioned, research of people who play video games have helped to provide valuable information to scientists. Gaming often … Continue reading

Spending Time With Your Teenage Son: 5 Cool Father-Son Activities

As your son grows older, you will be spending less and less time together. With his busy social life and your own work schedule, you might feel as though you haven’t had the opportunity to bond as much as you used to. Even if you live with your son, it can still be challenging to … Continue reading

How Can Video Games Create Bonds Between Parent And Child

Video games have been slammed in the past for being addictive and anti-social. They can create real bonds between parents and children, though. If you want to spend some more quality time with your youngling, you don’t have to get into a screaming match when you drag them away from the screen. Get involved in … Continue reading

‘Tis the Season for Gross Toys

This could be the grossest holiday toy season in years as toy makers roll out new lines of gross-out toys that fart, burp or make other weird noises. The new Monster 500 line from Toys R Us features CrocPot, an icky monster sitting on a potty-type vehicle and holding a toilet plunger. See full list … Continue reading

Are Children Given Too Many Toys?

High-street and online retailers are getting ready for the Christmas festive period through offering promotions on many toys for children at Christmas. However, campaigners are voicing their concerns over such practises and are implying that children simply get bought too many presents at Christmas and in turn is putting pressure on adults to buy or … Continue reading