The world of video games is no stranger to controversy.
But what does it all mean when it comes to babies?
The answer: baby games.
In fact, we’re not talking about a specific genre, but rather a spectrum of products that can be considered appropriate for a baby.
Baby games are for babies.
They have to be.
Baby and toddlers, toddlers, preschoolers, preschool, and preschoolers are all types of game, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
But which games are the best?
A study from a group of researchers published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that infants prefer games that have a story and that help them connect with other people.
That might sound like a small difference, but when it came to the top rated games, babies found it to be a big deal.
“The average age of children who play video games, and those that do play video game, is four years old,” says Dr. Elizabeth Klimas, co-author of the study and a professor at the University of Illinois.
“So this is not surprising.”
In fact the study found that babies are just as likely to be interested in games for their own enjoyment as for their caregivers.
It also found that the game’s story could be more than just a story.
It can also be something that a baby learns from others.
“These are just different ways in which a baby interacts with other children,” Klimass says.
“They are learning skills.
So these are very much social games.
They’re playing with other kids.”
Video games are an increasingly popular activity for young children.
While there are some titles for older children, such as The Walking Dead or The Legend of Zelda, the majority of the games are geared toward young children and teens.
And it’s not just for the sake of making money.
There’s also an emotional component to video games.
Klimads said parents have a lot to say about which games their kids play.
“Parents are really passionate about these games,” she says.
But, she says, parents should also know that video games aren’t just for kids.
They can be good for your health.
For one thing, the game can help your baby feel more connected to others.
The same studies found that when a baby is played to their hearts content, their immune system works better, and they feel more relaxed.
There are also studies that suggest video games can help improve social skills and help toddlers learn to relate to others, too.
“In the case of babies, this is a very powerful tool for them to understand their world, their world to others,” Krims says.
If you’re thinking about starting a baby-friendly game library, check out the Baby Library.
It offers curated game recommendations from more than 70 brands.
Krim said the industry should be focused on making sure baby games aren’s safe and safe for everyone.
But don’t take our word for it.
“I’m not a pediatrician, but I have seen the same research that is used in a lot of other countries that are talking about the potential for these to be harmful,” Kroms says, adding that she doesn’t see the need to label the games for children.