Entertaiment in Children’s Games and Films



Entertainment can take a wide range of forms: from personal choice of a film or television programme; to banquets adapted for two; to a performance designed for thousands; or even for a global audience. Frequently what appears to be entertainment is also serious and purposeful, as in ceremonies, religious festivals or satire. And in the case of children’s games, it is often crucial for their development (1,4).

The examples on this page are automatically generated from Merriam-Webster’s Collaborative Dictionary.