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Parents and play

A recent report by child psychologist Tanya Byron has found that parents are too busy, or forget, to play with their children and they find playing boring. Byron revealed that when parents do play with their children they are much more likely to play computer games, than play traditional games.

Byron asks parents to look at what sparked their interest and imagination as children and cultivate more of this in their own children's lives.

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