Today I’m going to talk about why video games don’t teach bad habits. I have done a lot of research since school was open, and during the 9 week lockdown, and I’ve realised that video games actually help improve hand eye coordination, problem solving skills, and much more too. So I decided to give my opinion on why video games don’t teach bad habits, and why some video games are good for you.
In this piece of opinion writing, you will learn why some video games are good for kids and how they can help kids. In the first paragraph you will learn about how video games don’t teach children bad habits. In the second paragraph you will learn about how video games don’t damage your eyes, and in the third paragraph you will learn about how video games can help improve children’s learning.
I think that video games don’t cause bad behaviour in a child’s life, however, if kids are addicted to video games, they become very aggressive, defensive and protective about their gaming habits, but 85% of the time this never happens, because 85% of video games have violence and have violent shooting in them and as we say late on, video games that include violent shooting, can boost you children’s learning, health, and more. Meaning it’s okay to play video games, so you can stop worrying now because you can still play your favourite video games.
I also think video games don’t damage your eyes because if children play video games with a time limit, then it wouldn’t damage or hurt their eyes, because if you don’t play video games in the dark or in extreme sunlight and don’t play video games for too many hours daily, then you won’t damage or hurt your eyes in any way.
Most video games are good for you because it has been revealed that studies have shown that some video games can help improve hand eye coordination, problem solving skills, and your mind’s ability to process information really fast. And in addition to that I think video games are good for you because, according to a review of research in American Psychologist Association, playing video games that include violent shooting, can help boost your children’s learning, social benefits, health, social skills and visual skills.