For years, games were tools for learning and continue to do so. The rise in the use of digital devices and learning opportunities online has paved the way for Game-Based Learning. Games have become part of traditional classrooms and online teaching mediums.
Game-Based Learning in simple terms is the use of gaming with educational goals that support a child’s development and growth. Game-based learning promotes analytical thinking and logical reasoning. It also enhances problem-solving and collaborative thinking among kids. Games like Sudoku, Lego Tower, and Scrabble make kids learn in an engaging and interactive manner. These games promote learning and also ensure the analytical and practical application of the mind.
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