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Traditional Games in Face of Computers

Traditional games are good exercise

These games generally involve running or jumping or some kind of physical activity, since traditional games were made before the age of sedentary entertainment. Exercise benefits your child in a lot of ways, and keeps him/her active and healthy. It also improves athletic ability and stamina. Exercise has also long been associated with the development of cognitive function, meaning your child will be smarter.

Traditional games help keep culture alive

In many ways, traditional games are culturally influenced and vary from place to place. They may involve singing traditional songs, or certain practices that have very deep cultural roots. Children should grow up and be able to associate their childhood with where and who they grew up with. It is important for there to be some kind of cultural totem in their childhood so that they have a sense of pride for their homeland.

These games provide social contact.

Traditional games are often played in groups. Children grow up playing these games with their neighbors, friends and family and these games create bonds and social understanding that is critical for success in life. Computer games don’t involve as much social contact so it is better to have some social component in your child’s playtime.

These games can be played anywhere.

Traditional games are easy to play and can be played almost anywhere. In most cases they do not require any toys or items and even if they are necessary they are inexpensive compared to consoles and games. The only thing necessary for these games is people to play them with and a space in which to play them