Children's Television Life the Power of the Screen and its effects on a child Socially

Developmental age children should be spending their time with hands-on activities, that will improve their overall problem solving skills. Instead they are spending their time in front of a television.

Children are solely social beings and thrive on interactions with other children, even at such a young age .
Infants and toddlers form strong bonds with their parents, and start that chemical relationship that is needed in all of their life.

Television does not help this because it will take the place of these interactions. Children viewing this are subject to developing attention deficit disorders.

Children need to be children. By not allowing these children to watch television at this age, it will prevent them from becoming a socially deprived generation full of addiction and dependancy.

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