Watching TV, using a computer, and playing video games are among the types of screen time reported by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Studies found that higher levels of screen time at ages 2 and 3 was associated with poorer development regarding their communication, problem-solving, and social and motor skills.
Media is not bad, but it can lead to bad things within your family if not used and monitored appropriately. Earlier I wrote about how gaming improves learning among children and teenagers click here for more. I elaborated on how children and teenagers engaging in video game play displayed increase reaction time, critical thinking, and creativity in real-life scenarios.
Try out the media plan for a week with your family and let me know how it changed your family time.
Recommendation by the AAP
Publication by the AAP
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