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5 High Risk Games Your Kids Should Never Play

5 High Risk Games Your Kids Should Never Play

In the digital age we live in today where the internet has made it so easy to access all kinds of information and provide endless entertainment, it has become more important than ever to be aware of the kind of content your kids consume.
Internet games and challenges may sound fun and entertaining, but some of them are anything but. Here are 5 high-risk games that your kids should never play.
• Fire Fairy
Fire Fairy is an online game that gives young kids instructions for carrying out dangerous and even life-threatening tasks with the promise that if they carry them out, they will wake up in the morning and become fire fairies. Some of these dangerous tasks include turning on the gas in the middle of the night and going back to bed without turning it off.
• The cinnamon challenge
This is a dangerous challenge that can end your kid landing in the emergency room. People are challenged to swallow an entire spoon of powdered cinnamon in 60 seconds without drinking any water. This can cause throat irritation, choking, breathing troubles and even collapsed lungs.
• The salt and ice challenge
This is a game where you are challenged to put salt on your skin, usually on your arm, and then put ice on top of the salt. This causes a reaction between the ice and salt that results in a burning sensation on your skin, almost similar to frostbite. You can get second and third-degree burns from this.
• Choking game
This is a trend where you choke either yourself or your friends to the point of passing out. There is no need to explain how dangerous this is. The choking game is also known as space monkey, flatliner, knockout challenge and fainting game.
• Ouija board/ Charlie Charlie
Everybody is familiar with Ouija boards. Another similar game that is doing its rounds on the internet is Charlie Charlie, where young kids and teens try to contact a demon called Charlie using a paper and two pencils. While this is more of an urban legend, kids can still develop trauma and nightmares from fear.
What makes these games even more dangerous is that kids often take videos of themselves doing it and post these videos online. With spyphoneapp.com, an app that can track your kids’ phones, including their contacts and the apps they download, it’s easier to monitor and control what kinds of content your young kids can access.