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Too much screen time is harmful for children; what can parents do? - Dallas Morning News

Too much screen time is harmful for children; what can parents do? - Dallas Morning News | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Dallas Morning News Too much screen time is harmful for children; what can parents do?
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How do you help a baby learn? Word by word, a Chicago project says - Bellingham Herald

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Tablets no substitute for spending time with kids - The Salinas Californian

Tablets no substitute for spending time with kids - The Salinas Californian | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Tablets no substitute for spending time with kids The Salinas Californian Seriously, you've asked an important question, because we see it everywhere: babies and toddlers playing with their parents' tablets or smartphones.
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Limit Kids' Time On Tablets - The Reporter

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Limit Kids' Time On Tablets The Reporter Seriously, you've asked an important question, because we see it everywhere: babies and toddlers playing with their parents' tablets or smartphones.
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Does your tot really need that tablet all the time? - fox2now.com

Does your tot really need that tablet all the time? - fox2now.com | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Does your tot really need that tablet all the time?
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Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls - Phys.Org

Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls - Phys.Org | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls Phys.Org From baby-monitoring hardware, to games on an iPad attached to a Fisher-Price bouncy chair, to interactive learning tools for the under-6 set from startups like Palo...
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Beware the negative effects of too much screen time for children - South China Morning Post

Beware the negative effects of too much screen time for children - South China Morning Post | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Beware the negative effects of too much screen time for children South China Morning Post This recent "Born for the Internet" ad campaign by mobile service provider MTS for its 3G Plus network is a bit extreme, but it's not uncommon these days to...
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Your tot doesn't need that tablet - KXLY Spokane

Your tot doesn't need that tablet - KXLY Spokane | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Your tot doesn't need that tablet KXLY Spokane Despite unsubstantiated corporate marketing claims that apps can teach babies as young as 6 months numbers and letters, there's no evidence that infants and toddlers learn anything meaningful from any...
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Sorry, Touch Screens Won't Turn Baby Into Einstein - LiveScience.com

Sorry, Touch Screens Won't Turn Baby Into Einstein - LiveScience.com | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
LiveScience.com Sorry, Touch Screens Won't Turn Baby Into Einstein LiveScience.com But the research did find that toddlers who played non-educational games on smartphones, e-readers and tablets received lower scores in verbal tests, compared with...
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Should Babies and Toddlers Use iPads? - Intelihealth.com

Should Babies and Toddlers Use iPads? - Intelihealth.com | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Should Babies and Toddlers Use iPads? Intelihealth.com We see it all the time these days: babies and toddlers playing with iPads, or with their parent's iPhones. I certainly ...
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Crabby babies and toddlers watch more television - Examiner.com

Crabby babies and toddlers watch more television - Examiner.com | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Examiner.com Crabby babies and toddlers watch more television Examiner.com The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says, "Television and other entertainment media should be avoided for infants and children under age two a child's brain develops...
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Toddlers may be at risk from technology, warn experts as new study shows use ... - New York Daily News

Toddlers may be at risk from technology, warn experts as new study shows use ... - New York Daily News | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
New York Daily News Toddlers may be at risk from technology, warn experts as new study shows use ... New York Daily News Common Sense Media reports that 38% of babies under the age of 2 are using tablets or smartphones.
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TECH NOW: Rules of the road for kids and tablets - USA TODAY

USA TODAY TECH NOW: Rules of the road for kids and tablets USA TODAY Between the iPotty and the new iPad equipped baby bouncy seats, it's obvious slate time for the stroller set is soaring. Not only are more kids ...
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Have Smartphones Made Parents Dumb? - Huffington Post

Have Smartphones Made Parents Dumb? - Huffington Post | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Sometimes it feels like technology is raising -- or rather -- regressing our kids. We can complain all we want about the tsunami of media flooding our children's lives, but are we seriously willing to give in to it?
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Many children 'unable to hold a pencil or sit still' at five - Telegraph

Many children 'unable to hold a pencil or sit still' at five - Telegraph | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Sally Goddard Blythe, an expert in early education, recommends screening children for basic physical problems at five, saying developmental difficulties can have a major bearing on later academic results...
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Reading aloud to toddlers: how it helps your child's development - Great Bend Tribune

Reading aloud to toddlers: how it helps your child's development - Great Bend Tribune | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Deseret News Reading aloud to toddlers: how it helps your child's development Great Bend Tribune Reading aloud to toddlers: how it helps your child's development ...
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Technical Tots - Pune Mirror

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Technical Tots Pune Mirror Dr Vibha Krishnamurthy, a developmental paediatrician and founder of Ummeed Child Development Centre, says, while technology helps children learn to respond to stimulus, it has its downside.
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Helping Kids Achieve with Cindy Terebush: Exercising the Young Child’s Brain through Questioning

Helping Kids Achieve with Cindy Terebush: Exercising the Young Child’s Brain through Questioning | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
“ Do you ask or tell? How can you ask better questions that stretch the young child’s thinking muscles?”
Via Cindy Maloff Terebush, CPC, CYPFC
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Growing up digital: How digital platforms and screens are changing the way we ... - Wicked Local Marlborough

Growing up digital: How digital platforms and screens are changing the way we ... - Wicked Local Marlborough | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Growing up digital: How digital platforms and screens are changing the way we ... Wicked Local Marlborough That's a relatively novel idea for technology that, while new, has rapidly taken up residence under toddlers' fingers.
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Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls - The Reporter

Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls - The Reporter | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls The Reporter From baby-monitoring hardware, to games on an iPad attached to a Fisher-Price bouncy chair, to interactive learning tools for the under-6 set from startups like Palo...
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Teaching babies to read: Is it possible? Several companies say yes, but study ... - Washington Post

Teaching babies to read: Is it possible? Several companies say yes, but study ... - Washington Post | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
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Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls - San Jose Mercury News

Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls - San Jose Mercury News | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Technology geared toward the very young presents promise and pitfalls San Jose Mercury News Whether it's baby-monitoring hardware, games on an iPad attached to a Fisher-Price bouncy chair, or critically acclaimed software from startups like Palo...
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Experts Warn About iPad Addiction in Kids - KTRH

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Experts Warn About iPad Addiction in Kids KTRH They say it can harm brain development and keep kids from learning to do even the simplest things -- like writing. Dr. Supriya Ramanathan is a pediatrician with Houston's UT Health.
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Fussy infants and toddlers watch more TV - KPRC Houston

Fussy infants and toddlers watch more TV - KPRC Houston | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
KPRC Houston Fussy infants and toddlers watch more TV KPRC Houston "Television and other entertainment media should be avoided for infants and children under age 2," says the American Academy of Pediatrics because they say "a child's brain develops...
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Toddlers Obsessed With Technology May Impair Their Developmental Ability - Medical Daily

Toddlers Obsessed With Technology May Impair Their Developmental Ability - Medical Daily | Early Learning Development | Scoop.it
Medical Daily Toddlers Obsessed With Technology May Impair Their Developmental Ability Medical Daily That's because scientists are still trying to figure out how the extra screen time is affecting their developing brains.
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