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Useful Mobile Games to Make Learning Interesting During Lockdown

Useful Mobile Games to Make Learning Interesting During Lockdown

“Mobile phones are misnamed. They should be called gateways to human knowledge.”

..A VERY INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE BY RAY KURZWEIL.

As the global flue pandemic unfolds the globe, it also had an acute impact on the milieu. It has made the students’ life upside down. They are likely to be experiencing fear and anxiety. And we all know, to overcome anxiety, mobile games are the best stress buster for kids.

While schools are shut down due to novel coronavirus lockdown, a new technology of learning and teaching—-ONLINE CLASSES HAVE PAVED A WAY TO KEEP THE STUDENTS ON THE LEARNING CURVE. Mobile phones enable access to information that can help children with school projects, homework and other learning tasks. As schools are now offering learning resource online that specifically cater to this purpose.

Mobile games are the future of workplace learning. It is a platform where brains become sharper and better.

While some people worry that our dependence on this technology is making us weak, others feel that we can use our mental powers for good. There are many mobile gaming apps, brain-teasing games that not only improve logical reasoning but also improve memory retention. Even WHO (WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION) is recommending video/mobile games as an effective way to stop the spread of COVID-19 Brain training games, logic grid puzzles, Sudokus, Word Puzzles, Chess, Crossword, Words with Friends, Pictoword, 4 pics 1 word—-are all fun learning games and
an instructional strategy that could add enthusiasm, brush up communication skills and develop students’ interest.

To boost the enthusiasm of learning, to enhance brain power, to improve concentration, mobile games serve as a boon for the students’ learning. It enhances creativity, assist with relaxation and
even alleviate depressive symptoms.

Overall, mobile games are encouraging and fun-loving ways along with traditional learning methods.

1 Comment


  1. Excellent read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing some research on that. And he just bought me lunch since I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch! Selle Liam Pernick

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