I’m playing Amazing Tales with my two daughters (an even simpler version, actually– we don’t really make characters with specific skills, I just let them be whoever and we make up a story while occasionally rolling dice). The problem is, they’re trying to go in conflicting directions. The "campaign" currently involves being on a pirate ship, and while my 3-year-old wants to rescue their space alien friend who’s been captured by the mean ol’ pirates, my 4-year-old wants to join the pirates and keep their friend prisoner.
I know the #1 rule when gaming with little kids is "always say yes," because the more they’re allowed to let their imaginations run wild the more they’ll love the game. But I don’t know how to do that with two kids who keep coming into conflict. (We’ve been with the pirates for several sessions now, and this is not a new problem.) It’s not that my 4-year-old likes being mean– I’ve tried to explain how badly their alien friend wants to be free, and how sad her husband back home will be if they don’t free her– she just likes the idea of being one of the "bad pirates" and is willing to help them do whatever they’re trying to do. Last night I decided to let my 3-year-old have her way, and she rescued their friend over my 4-year-old’s objections. In a previous session when the girls themselves got captured, I let my 4-year-old talk her way into the crew and stand guard over her sister’s cage (I was hoping she would use the opportunity to free both of them, but she dutifully kept her sister locked up).
How can I let both of them have the story they want if their goals are mutually exclusive?
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Consider a young (primary-school age) child who is starting to collect passwords for online services. How can a parent (or equivalent) help them manage their passwords?
An example to make things clearer: My daughter might want to log on to http://scratch.mit.edu from several locations/devices to show her projects to the family. She also has a couple of email addresses, one of which she’s likely to be using herself soon (under supervision). While her own device will be logged in, she may need access from others.
So far I take care of it for her: I know her password and (pseudonymous) user ID, and store them in my KeePass. That’s appropriate at this stage, but it’s not much help if she needs them without me (short of sending login details in plaintext to her grandparents, for example). There should also be a solution that doesn’t require me to possess these details, from the point of view of sticking to the general rule of keeping your login details secret. Memorising a really strong master password is probably a bit much to ask, and she’s likely to mislay any physical storage.
I like to plan ahead, so moving forwards: What’s the best approach to take for a young, fairly bright child, to keep logins safe and train good practice in advance of more important accounts?
My 7 y.o. daughter can't get enough of it. I played it with her a couple times just to see what it's all about. It's a fun game for sure. Seems like an innocent game. What do you think?
My 6-year-old grandson has now made two (ancient) phones useless by changing his password, and then forgetting it. He only uses phones in my house every few weeks.
On my Windows 10 LAPTOP, he has a “Standard” account. I’m the Administrator. Using that configuration, If he forgets his password, I simply reset it and then tell him the value.
Is it possible to do the same thing on an Android phone?
I think there are apps to prevent him downloading stuff, but I haven’t found any app that would allow an Administrator to reset a forgotten password.