We had a bunch of 10 and 11-year olds over for a birthday party last weekend. My husband collects old game systems, so we hooked up the original NES (Nintendo Entertainment System).
Unfortunately, with today’s modern televisions, the Duck Hunt gun no longer works accurately. The rest of the games could be played with no problem, but most kids could not understand how to start the games once the cartridge was in and the system on.
The kids would press A and then B on the controller, saying, “I don’t know how to start. How do you start?”
(Reading and critical thinking – not a specialty of 10-year olds).