Should teenagers be banned from computer games on weekdays?
Should teenagers be banned from computer games on weekdays, no matter what?
No. They should be banned from computer games during the weekday so they will have enough time to do their homework.
kids should only be allowed to use the computer under supervision and only for school work just my thoughts I hate it seeing small kids and teens all allowed to be on face book and myspace and things of the such not good at all
No, not banned but I think computer time needs to be monitored. Homework done first, chores first. Then go for it. As a parent I would want to be certain they were not giving up social time for gaming though.
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