Computer Games Get High Marks

December 2004
Weekly Reader News - Senior;12/3/2004, Vol. 83 Issue 12, p6
Discusses the significance of computer games to children. Skills developed by children from playing computer games; Impact of studying game programs on the literacy skills of children; Information on The Sims computer game.


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