Television and the Under 3 Crowd
Here's how to decide if "screen time," is appropriate for young children, and how to choose television programs that support their learning and development.
Although children may learn some concepts from watching educational programming, they learn best from interactive, hands-on experiences with the people they care about. For parents and caregivers who choose to allow their young children to watch some TV, consider the following research and guidance on viewing.
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