GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) There’s no doubt a lot of kids love video games. Video games can also be a tool for parents and grandparents to connect with children. Grandma on the Go Joy Walczak went to Ferris State University in Grand Rapids with her grandson Case to learn how to play Minecraft.
The video game experts at Ferris say video games help with fine motor skills, reactionary skills, and decision making. They say video games are a new way to connect with kids or grandkids. If families can find ways to play video games together, it is still quality time that’s also fun.