Video GamesAnd Why You Should Play Them
develop a sence of community
Improve your hand-eye cordination
they induce decision making skills
enhance creativity
helps develop decision making skills
distraction from intence pain
stops you from snacking all the time
sharpens your eyes
they can be used as a form of learning
improves your mood
and just because they are fun!
pictures by slide• slide 2. Analea Gwendolyn, Video Games for  all, December 16, 2004 via flickr, creative commons  attrib...
pictures by slide (cont.)• slide 8. Ian Collins, so many snacks, august 2, 2006 via  flickr, creative commons attribution•...
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    1. 1. Video GamesAnd Why You Should Play Them
    2. 2. develop a sence of community
    3. 3. Improve your hand-eye cordination
    4. 4. they induce decision making skills
    5. 5. enhance creativity
    6. 6. helps develop decision making skills
    7. 7. distraction from intence pain
    8. 8. stops you from snacking all the time
    9. 9. sharpens your eyes
    10. 10. they can be used as a form of learning
    11. 11. improves your mood
    12. 12. and just because they are fun!
    13. 13. pictures by slide• slide 2. Analea Gwendolyn, Video Games for all, December 16, 2004 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 3. twilsie, the sega genesis 6-button controller, may 26, 2008 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 4. clip art, Microsoft• slide 5. David Boyle, artskills_0007, june 1, 2006 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 6. Michael Coghlan, problem solving, Decmber 9, 2011 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 7. Jenessa Read, another wave of pain, February 19, 2010 via flicker, creative commons attribution
    14. 14. pictures by slide (cont.)• slide 8. Ian Collins, so many snacks, august 2, 2006 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 9. @Doug88888, Cats Eyes, april 11, 2010 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 10.Lower Columbia College, Learning Commons, January 29, 2009 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 11. Kameraschwein, Good mood..., November 29, 2009 via flickr, creative commons attribution• slide 12. Tom Hodgkinson, fun, April 7, 2007 via flickr, creative commons attribution

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