Recommended Viewing Times Infant ZERO Infants should not be exposed to

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Recommended Viewing Times Infant ZERO! Infants should not be exposed to television. Their time should be focus on building parent and child relationships. Infants learn to babble more effectively by interacting with a parent Toddlers *90% Percent of the brain develops by age five. It is important to properly educate children. Recommended screen time is ONE hour Toddlers language development starts emerging as early as one year. Proper screen time and shows will help educate the child. Examples of shows include: Super Why! Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Octonauts World World
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Recommended Viewing Times Cont. Preschoolers Recommended viewing time is 1-2 Hours *90% Percent of the brain develops by age five. It is important to properly educate children. Recommended Shows: Super Why! Bubble Guppies Bali Busy Town Mysteries Primary School Recommended time is 1 to 2 hours Arthur Word Girl Phineas and Ferb
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Suggested Guidelines Parent Monitoring Appropriate shows for age group Do not let the child's day be fill with screen time Tablets, phones, and Tv identify as screen time
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Resources Mom, Screen-Free, et al. “Dr. Screen-Free Mom.” Screen , 15 Sept. 2016, - recommendations-for-kids-by-age/. Roberts, Michael C., and John L. Powell III. “Effects of Television Viewing on Child Development.” Encyclopædia Britannica , Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 7 Nov. 2014, . “Tips to Manage Kids' Screen Time.” Mayo Clinic , Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 20 June 2019, - depth/children-and-tv/art-20047952.
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