Gaming With the Moms #40: Swan Simulator

Posted by | February 05, 2016 | News, Podcasts | No Comments
Play Diet from learningworksfor kids


Nicole, Simone, and Linda are joined by Dr. Randy Kulman, a child psychologist, author, and founder of LearningWorks for Kids. As always, we talk about the news. Then we launch right into Dr. Kulman’s recommendations for kids and digital media and wrap up with what we’re reading and playing.

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Dr. Randy Kulman and Learning Works for Kids

Dr. Kulman joins us this week to talk about digital media and kids. He explains his Play Diet concept, which is a great way to look at regulating various kinds of healthy play for kids. There are some great resources on LearningWorksForKids.com, such as:

Be sure to check out the LearningWorks for Kids YouTube channel, which has some very cool Let’s Plays, and our interview with Dr. Kulman.

What We Played

Credits

This podcast was recorded in the studios of the Jack Straw Cultural Center in Seattle. The music is by Pat Goodwin at Novelty Shop Creative. Participating in this podcast were Nicole Tanner, Linda Breneman, Simone de Rochefortand Dr. Randy Kulman.

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Linda Breneman

About Linda Breneman

Linda learned to play video games as a way to connect with her teenaged kids, and then she learned to love video games for their own sake. At Pixelkin she wrangles the business & management side of things, writes posts as often as she can, reaches out on the social media, and does the occasional panel or talk. She lives in Seattle, where she writes, studies, plays video games, spends time with her family, consumes vast quantities of science fiction, and looks after her small cockapoo. She loves to hear from people out there. You can read more about her at her website, Linda Breneman.com or her family foundation's website, ludusproject.org.