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Is your kid reluctant to read? Unfortunately, lack of enthusiasm and unwillingness to read printed material always results in the shape of hindrance and does create problems for the parents; the same problem exists everywhere on the planet. I have always seen kids waking up in the morning reluctantly and weeping on their way to school fearing by anticipating the traditional atmosphere. There can be many reasons making kids unenthusiastic. Whether they are forced to read or to go to school makes no difference because going to school is connected with the printed materials and they end up doing impractical things in frustration.

We must address the concern that why kids are always reluctant to read? When we say, kids are not involved with the printed resources then it does hit us somewhere in the corner but we cannot deny this fact that kids are always keen to learn new things but not with the printed materials. Kids are always reluctant to read because their developing mind explores things which can attract them properly with great fun and reading books is always being considered boring not only for kids but for matured folks as well. How we can conquer the existing problems? As I said, kids love being on the amusing end rather than on the boring ends.

They prefer fun with learning and e-learning offers them to watch the desired show. Online gaming is already famed among folks but the time has been changed for the learning needs and online gaming has become an important part of the pedagogical world. It’s needless to remark that e-learning has revolutionized, modernized the term “learning”. Now, if you talk about the educational world, corporate world or the other fields, familiarity with e-learning is worldwide. The role of online gaming is to keep boredom away for kids and prepare them intellectually with great creativeness. However, the focus must be to spend more time on content than high end aesthetics that just make it “look good” substance over presentation.

The important part and worth noting down point is that kids are more fascinated with video presentation than the audio presentation and kids are more mesmerized with the content which is presented in the form of games than in the form of printed materials. So, better you put printed books in the bag and bring online games into picture to see your kids happy and intellectual. Nitin Soni, content writer at PIRON Corporation.

PIRON is a leading provider of learning management system ( LMS) and Content Development , based out of USA and India.

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