Screen Time & Children By Zack Grinnell

Parents should intentionally make a point to interact with their children face to face, or their family can become disconnected.

Children can easily become consumed in the screens placed in front of them. Children need family interaction or else their social skills and language development suffer.

Instead of allowing children to be engrossed in screens, send them outside to play freely. This helps in developing a children's fine motor skills as well as other cognitive functions.

Setting screen time restrictions leads to a healthy child...

...and healthy relationships.

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