Educational video games make a comeback

12/18/2006 | Detroit Free Press

After suffering a 23.7% slump in sales between 2000 and 2005, video games with an educational focus have enjoyed a 4.4% increase this year. Good choices for younger children include games emphasizing reading comprehension, while highly rated games for older kids often aim to teach abstract concepts through plots with "real-world" settings, experts say.

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