Sitting on the couch staring into a tablet is no way to live out childhood years.
A New York Times reporter once assumingly asked Steve Jobs, “So your kids must love the iPad?” Jobs responded, “They haven’t used it. We limit how much technology our kids use at home.”
Why in Silicon Valley, is there a trend of tech executives who shield their kids from technology? They were the last generation to play outside. They didn’t have smart phones, laptops and tablets. They learned by reading, movement, pretend play and by having social interactions with their friends as opposed to a Google search. They’ve seen the influence of too much technology in themselves and they don’t want to see it in their kids.
The Original Imagination Games will get your children off the couch and into another realm of fun. They will forget about remotes, game controllers and logins and learn how to use their imagination to maximize their free time.
Joe Milburn’s imaginative games will motivate your children to think outside of the box and cultivate an imaginative world that far exceeds what can be found on today’s electronics.