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Playing Unblocked Games at School

Learn how kids are taking advantage of computers and laptops in classrooms to play games online in school.

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PRLog (Press Release) - Dec. 1, 2011 - One of the best things to do at lunch, recess or after school is to play free unblocked games at school. With so many computers and in the classrooms, it is now easier than ever to get access to get online and get involved in some great gaming action. The challenge for students in school is to only play these games when you are allowed to and not when the teacher is teaching class.

School officials know that kids are trying to find games not block by school administrators so in many cases they will set up filters or keywords that will block games from being loaded on websites so the kids are not able to play fun flash games at any time during the school day. For kids that liked to be challenged however, this creates a game of cat-and-mouse where the children are trying to find ways to access games that are not blocked while school officials are trying to find ways to keep the kids from playing games online.

Keep in mind that there are problems that you can run into by playing unblocked games at school if you attempt to access those websites. For example, kids could lose their privileges to using the computers or laptops in the classroom. There could also be detentions given if other kids start to use blocked websites or in the worst case scenario, you could receive a suspension if the gaming website you access contains viruses that in turn attack other school computers and impact the overall system.

Savvy website developers have used popular keywords such as games that are not blocked or games not blocked at school to try to drive traffic to their website. Once the site is then accessed, the malware or virus is then installed on the student’s computer or laptop.

One decision you will have to make is if you want the students to be able to access social networking sites like MySpace or Facebook. These sites offer video games on the site where there is less chance of a risk of virus but there is a good risk of time being wasted as the kids play games online instead of paying attention to the teacher. This is the lesser of two evils rather than kids playing unblocked games which could do major damage to the computer system in a worst case scenario.

To get more information on kids playing unblocked games in school, go to http://www.qwired.com or check out http://qwired.livejournal.com/649.html for additional tidbits.

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Source:John Colter
Country:United States
Industry:Computers
Tags:unblocked games, unblocked games at school, online games, video games
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