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If you’re a parent of school-aged kids, there’s a good chance you’ve had a conversation about video games with your child. I have an 11 and 14 year-old and this past summer has seen many conversations and negotiations around why games like Minecraft are good for them, and how much time they’re allowed to play for. Whether it’s a plea to download the hottest new game everyone's playing, or a frustrated conversation about why they should get “just five more minutes”, I can relate.
As is the case with most things, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer. Our TELUS Wise guide, Helping our kids safely navigate video games, is a great resource for parents, offering tips on everything from content to screen time to cyberbullying, and more. Download the guide to learn how you can help your kids maintain a safe and healthy relationship with video games and make them a fun part of family life as well.
The most important thing parents can do is get involved and have regular conversations with your kids. But following that, there are three critical factors to…Watch video
Before you allow your child to play any video games that you’re unfamiliar with, that are unrated or contain user-generated content, ask them the following…Watch video