TV is harmful to children under 2
Too many parents may: a baby more than one year old is placed on the bed, the TV is on, she is well-behaved, and she cries when the TV is off; some children are particularly fond of advertising, often staring at the TV screen and eatingYou can’t leave without dragging.
Everyone knows that watching TV is harmful to children, but ca n’t think of any good way?
American Academy of Pediatrics survey: TV harms children under 2 years of age The American Academy of Pediatrics released a study this month that TV is harmful to children under two years of age, both as a background broadcast and as an educational tool.
Children under the age of two don’t understand what’s on TV, and the TV is just a dazzling light box for them.
Nowadays, TV, DVD, computer video and so on have flooded all corners around us. On average, babies 12 months old watch one to two hours of programs every day.
Touchscreen displays like the iPad have also become baby toys.
Having your baby watch TV at night may make your baby fall asleep faster, but after that, it may cause sleep disorders and irregular sleep.
The American Academy of Pediatrics’ three project follow-up surveys started in 1999 showed that the longer you watch TV, the later your child’s language skills develop.
Similarly, television could be linked to children’s concerns.
“No one can read story books or play games with children 24 hours a day. The time of playing alone is very important for children. They will learn to solve problems by themselves, use their imagination, think creatively, and entertain themselves.Be happy.
“Speaking of interactive electronic products that babies such as the iPad can also play, researchers believe that research in this area has not yet been finalized.
“Children’s software or programs are always accompanied by ‘education and intelligence development’, but if there is any evidence, science must be used.
Telling stories and watching pictures by hand selectively let children watch TV presentations. Babies around one and a half years old are at the stage of vision, hearing organs and nervous system development, so they especially like colorful colors and sounds.
TV advertisements are bright in color, exquisite in pictures, change fast, and have a strong impact on vision. It can be said that there is sound and color, so babies generally like to watch advertisements.
For this type of baby, the best time to watch TV is 2-10 minutes.
It is recommended that mothers develop the habit of listening to stories before going to bed. While fully enjoying the warm parent-child time, the baby has also learned a lot.
There is a more complete method. Some babies like to watch “Teletubbie”. You can show him picture books about related content. In this way, the number of babies watching TV will be significantly reduced. Furthermore, mothers can buy someThe small toys and small dolls vividly interpret the cardiovascular story in front of the baby, and add some new content from time to time, so that you can exercise your baby’s full sense and expression.
As for dependent children, they are often quiet and passive in temperament type, withdrawn inwardly. They like to stay alone quietly and do not like games that are particularly active.
Such children are particularly insistent on what they want to do. Watching TV makes them indulge in the heart-rich world without being disturbed, but the child is even more lonely.
In this case, the mother can let the child do more manual games and cascading activities.
Don’t leave your child to the TV because you have no time to accompany them.
On the contrary, you can let the children share some housework, sometimes help mothers peel beans, prepare dinner together, pack toys, etc., or play some physical activity games with the children, such as hiding cats.
In addition, you can selectively let your child watch TV. For example, a baby can choose some children’s programs suitable for his age, such as “Teletubbies” and “Garden Baby”.Seeing the world from a child’s perspective.
Bright pictures and cute shapes provide children with many visual aesthetics and perceptual experiences, thereby achieving “nature education” for babies.