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How Parents Guide Video Games For Kids


In this digital era, games are an inevitable part of our all day entertainment and studying. It's important to know how parents guide video games for their children so that the video games don’t become an obsession. The glaring negative effects of gaming have sent an ominous signal to all parents. This includes mental distraction causing

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the children to prioritize gaming over lessons, lesser outdoor time(which leads to lesser exercises causing greater obesity), age inappropriate behavior due to the constant exposure to aggression seen in video games, addictive behavior etc.

There are perfect tools and resources that parents can rely to be informed about the video games. The Entertainment Software Rating Board(ESRB) rating system guides parents on how age appropriate the content of video is. The classification has the following categories: Early Childhood (EC) for 3 and older, Everyone (E) for content suitable for 6 years and older,

Everyone 10+ with content for 10 and older, Teen (T) for 13 and older,Mature (M) for ages 17 and older, Rating Pending (RP) for-non-classified games and Adults Only (AO) for 18 years and older.

At Microsoft the makers of the gaming console, there is good advice imparted to parents to avoid the harmful repercussion. Following simple principles would make new-age parents guide video games for their children in an effective way.

Comfortable posture while playing, takings break regularly during gaming, maintaining a balanced
lifestyle by restricting the hours of play, choosing age appropriate games for children and setting parental controls will go a long way in making our children enjoy gaming and not get hooked to it.

Playing games can be hazardous to some causing discomfort on hands, arms,shoulders. Some of them experience pain, numbness, throbbing and stiffness too. In these cases a health professional’s advice has to besought as early as possible.

Xbox 360 Family settings give parents to control access to children. Securing the content with a password or PIN helps. Parent scan restrict video content based on the ESRB rating. While using Xbox live where they interact with online community parents can seal the child communication via the video, conceal the child’s profile and restrict the child’s exposure to online content.

Raising children has become challenging today with many instances of cyber bullying and parents have to take corrective measures and know how parents guide video games. Stay informed and involved, secure content, communicate to children and enjoy. Parenting, like gaming is indeed a fun!

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I am 16 yaers and i am useing a childs account on xbox360 live how do i make i so i can get and adolts accounr so i can download free games and videows becuse i says i am prohibited to download and the...


I believe Microsoft designates anyone under 21 years old as a child's account. If your parents have a Live account they can change your permissions by starting from the dashboard and doing the following:
1. On the My Xbox row, scroll to the right
2. Select Family Settings
3. Select the Avatar of the child account you wish to modify
4. Scroll right twice to the Online Safety tab and select Change Settings
5. Select Customize

Refer your parents or person in charge of the account to this and they should be able to change the downloading permissions.

Jul 06, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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A child on my son's bus stole his dsi. we have original box with serial number. the other child removed both locations of serial numbers on the "stolen" dsi how can it be identified?


i suggest talking to the parent, but as for the serial number identification, you'd have to run a bios mode on it and that involves having a.) the knowledge to do so, and b.) posession of the device. the law says that posession is 9/10 of the law, but to avoid hassle id suggest just going straight to the parent. worst case scenario, video games rot kids' brains anyway. get your kid a book to read, cant go wrong with 'a wrinkle in time' trilogy.

May 09, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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How do i turn off parental settings, or even better change my account to an adult one on xbox 360?


Hello,

If you did not create a Live account that is not over 18 years old, it is unfortunately impossible to COMPLETELY remove the parental controls on the Xbox, however, it is possible to almost completely turn them off. If you have access to the 'parent' account of the child's account on the Xbox 360 and you have your own Xbox Live Gamertag, you can login using your Windows Live account on Xbox.com and change parental control settings.

If the "Child" account has reached the age of 18, then you need to sign into the "Parent" account and follow these steps to convert the account to an "Adult" account:


  • Go to My Xbox, and open your profile.
  • Select Manage Account.
  • Select Promote Child Account.
  • Follow the required steps.

If the "Child" account is NOT atleast 18 years old then this is how to modify the Parental Control settings (Note: You can NOT completely disable Parental Controls, games that have ratings above the neccesary age can NOT be downloaded on the "Child"account):



  • Sign in using the "Child" account's Live email address and password.
  • Click on the gamertag in the upper right hand corner of the site.
  • Click the Manage Profile button.
  • Under the Gamer Profile heading, choose "Family Settings".
  • It will now ask to sign in as the "Parent" account.
  • After signing in, you can change the Parental Control limitations.
  • When done, click the save button at the bottom of the page.
(Information taken from following site)

Hope it helped.

Nov 17, 2009 | Microsoft Video Game Consoles & Games

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Parental control is blocking me from downloading content.


HI,

If you did not create a Live account that is not over 18 years old, it is unfortunately impossible to COMPLETELY remove the parental controls on the Xbox, however, it is possible to almost completely turn them off. If you have access to the 'parent' account of the child's account on the Xbox 360 and you have your own Xbox Live Gamertag, you can login using your Windows Live account on Xbox.com and change parental control settings.

If the "Child" account has reached the age of 18, then you need to sign into the "Parent" account and follow these steps to convert the account to an "Adult" account:


  • Go to My Xbox, and open your profile.
  • Select Manage Account.
  • Select Promote Child Account.
  • Follow the required steps.

If the "Child" account is NOT atleast 18 years old then this is how to modify the Parental Control settings (Note: You can NOT completely disable Parental Controls, games that have ratings above the neccesary age can NOT be downloaded on the "Child"account):



  • Sign in using the "Child" account's Live email address and password.
  • Click on the gamertag in the upper right hand corner of the site.
  • Click the Manage Profile button.
  • Under the Gamer Profile heading, choose "Family Settings".
  • It will now ask to sign in as the "Parent" account.
  • After signing in, you can change the Parental Control limitations.
  • When done, click the save button at the bottom of the page.
Thanks.

Jul 02, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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I need instruction manual for a Fisher Price Child locator


71573 Child Locator Years Made: Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 6:
Non-Toys & Accessories 1999+
Description: The Fisher-Price Child Locator is an ingenious two-piece device that allows parents to quickly locate their child. One unit is worn by the child, and the other unit is worn or held by parents. The units are continuously linked by communication signals, and an alarm will sound if the signals are severed due to distance or interference, or if the child's unit is removed. When parent press the button on their locator, the child's unit will beep so parents can locate the sound. Designed for parent of children ages 2 to 6 years old. Requires 6 "AAA" alkaline batteries (not included). Accessories: Two-piece device, one piece is worn by the child, and the other piece is held or worn by the parent:
  • FPT14246 - Child locator.
  • FPT14247 - Parent monitor.
Variations: None. Other Information:
  • FP71573SET1999 - complete set in original box. WFL: 07-AG-21-4-A

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I want to get xbox live with my parents not knowing


Hi,

No help will be given to do this, here is why and this is taken from Xbox.com.

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Family Settings and Parental Consent
If you have children that use the Service, you can choose to set up child accounts during account creation using the Family Settings features. Children's usage information, such as games played, download history, and friends list, may be made available to the owner of the parent account associated with the child. Owners of the associated parent accounts can use the default settings for child accounts or can customize the level of restrictions for each child account.
Children under the age of 13 cannot create an account for the Service without parental consent. Account creation, which enables the use of the Service and certain Xbox.com features, will require the owner of the associated parent account to consent to the collection of information about the child. This will involve the collection and verification of a credit card number in order to help determine that the owner of that parent account is an adult. Under Family Settings in the Xbox LIVE Dashboard or via Xbox.com for the personal computer, parents can change or revoke the consent choices previously made, and review, edit or request the deletion of their children's personal information. We will not knowingly ask children under the age of 13 to provide more information than is reasonably necessary to provide our services. If we change this privacy statement in a way that expands the collection, use or disclosure of a child's personal information for which the parent has previously consented, the parent will be notified and we will obtain the parent's additional consent prior to implementing the change with respect to that child.
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Thanks

Jun 03, 2008 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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I want to get xbox live on the 360 without my mom nowing


Hi,

No help will be given to do this, here is why and this is taken from Xbox.com.

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Family Settings and Parental Consent
If you have children that use the Service, you can choose to set up child accounts during account creation using the Family Settings features. Children's usage information, such as games played, download history, and friends list, may be made available to the owner of the parent account associated with the child. Owners of the associated parent accounts can use the default settings for child accounts or can customize the level of restrictions for each child account.
Children under the age of 13 cannot create an account for the Service without parental consent. Account creation, which enables the use of the Service and certain Xbox.com features, will require the owner of the associated parent account to consent to the collection of information about the child. This will involve the collection and verification of a credit card number in order to help determine that the owner of that parent account is an adult. Under Family Settings in the Xbox LIVE Dashboard or via Xbox.com for the personal computer, parents can change or revoke the consent choices previously made, and review, edit or request the deletion of their children's personal information. We will not knowingly ask children under the age of 13 to provide more information than is reasonably necessary to provide our services. If we change this privacy statement in a way that expands the collection, use or disclosure of a child's personal information for which the parent has previously consented, the parent will be notified and we will obtain the parent's additional consent prior to implementing the change with respect to that child.
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Thanks and please don't ask again.

Jun 03, 2008 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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