When your tiger’s dad gives you a gift, your gift will probably be a tiger
Parenting in Tiger Woods is about more than just the love and respect between your child and their dad.
It’s also about the joys of raising them and sharing the stories of their adventures and achievements with their family.
The game, which launched in 2009 and is available on all major platforms, encourages parents to set aside time to teach their children how to interact with animals.
When it comes to Tiger Woods, that means the games can involve a lot of hands-on play.
For example, when you set up a game, you can bring your child along to watch the action unfold in the game’s various terrains.
But for the most part, your child will spend most of their time interacting with the environment.
They’ll play with toys, bounce around and run through obstacles, all while being taught the game by their parents.
“What we want to do is create a really rich experience for the children, not just a lot more content,” Dr Scott Wilson, the game developer, said.
“We want to make the experience of interacting with an animal, and the interactions they have with it, the experience you see with them, really rewarding.”
Dr Wilson said the primary focus for the game was teaching children the importance of teamwork, so when the game came to a close, he was aiming to have them play for five to 10 minutes and spend an hour with their families.
“So we want them to see that there’s a connection there between playing and having the children interact with the animal,” he said.
Tiger Woods parents need to make sure they get the game right.
Parents can’t get too excited about playing the game when they’re just beginning to understand how to manage their childrens behaviour.
Instead, they should take the game as a learning tool and work on teaching their children the basics of the game, such as how to put their hands in a circle and how to get around a tree.
“I think parents really need to work through what’s the right amount of information to share with their child and what’s not,” Dr Wilson said.
If you want to learn more about how Tiger Woods works and how you can start helping your child with their learning, visit the ABC Game Centre.
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