Using Gamification to Get Chores Done

Video games are created as a form of entertainment.  If they do not entertain, they do not sell. Some educators have been looking at using “gamification” strategies from the video game industry to help motivate children in the classroom.  As a result video games for education have become widely popular and success from Minecraft EDU to Prodigy Math there are millions to choose from. These gamification principles can be used at home as well.  Check out gamified productivity apps like Habitica, Bounty Tasker, and Epic Win to help motivate your child to do chores, make healthy choices, or even just complete a task list. You can thank us later.

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