Playing with your children: what alternative to video games?

Audio 48:30

A child immersed in an investigation by En cavale editions © En Cavale

By: Emmanuelle Bastide

50 mins

TV, computer, consoles and online games fascinate children and tend to take too important a place in their lives.


Many parents worry about it and wonder what attitude to adopt.

The good news is that there are alternatives to video games that appeal to children's imaginations and creativity and allow children to develop away from screens. 


Margaux Bruineaud

, co-founder of

Éditions en Cavale,

a publisher of investigative games without screens for children aged 7 to 12

Sabine Duflo

, psychologist in a psychiatric emergency department for adolescents from 12 to 18 years old and author of

He does not take down screens!

(Edit Marabout)

And the column of psychologist Ibrahim Haïdara, Parents, children, here and elsewhere

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A weekly meeting to help parents, Ibrahim Haïdara is a psychologist, psychology

firm Psy2A

, in Bamako (Mali) 

Musical programming:


- Jain 


- Flavia Coelho 


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