This Special Report contains seven chapters, each full of expert tips for helping you and your child navigate the world of video games safely, intelligently, strategically — and without daily battles.
Why your child can focus endlessly on a video game — and yet be unable to finish one chapter of her textbook.
Studies examining the link between video game exposure and attention problems in children.
How video games are affecting your child's brain — and what you can do about it.
Gaming isn't all bad! Find games that build skills, and help your child transfer these skills to the real world.
Worried that your child is addicted to video games? Follow these steps to wean him off.
Randy Kulman of LearningWorks for Kids answers your questions about healthy video game use.
“Neuroscientists have used FMRIs to see how video games can change the structure of the brain. And the results show that video games can improve brain-based skills and actually help kids with ADHD."
— Randy Kulman