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Is limiting the amount of screen time preschoolers have important for their future health?

  • Yes it should be limited

    Preschoolers can't even eat on their own and they carry USD500 smart hones or laptops on their lap.
    Straining their eyes and their developing years. They not have the maturity to use them and any wrong button they press, They have got their parents into some big trouble.
    Coming to:
    *PHYSICAL:
    -AFFECTS THIER GROWTH
    -HARMFUL FOR NECK SINCE THEY HACE TO BEND THEMSELVES FOR USING SAMRT PHONES
    -CAUSING ANXIETY
    -RISKS OF HURTING THEMSELVES IF THEEY BREAK THE PHONES MISTAKENLY
    SOCIAL:-
    -THE PRESCHOOLERS DO NOT EVEN KNOW THHE A-Z ALPHABET COMPELETLY HOW WILL THEY BE INTERSED IN NEWS AND HAPPENING OF THE WORLD
    -AT THE AGE THEY ARE MEANT TO BUILD HOUSES WITH Lego's BUILDING AND DESTROYING DIFFEERENT CLANS IN COC OR KILLING PEOPLE IN THE GAMES IS HARMFUL FOR THEM TOO
    -UWATCHING CARTOOONS FOR LONG HOURS DETIORATE THEM AND THEY COMPLETLTY FORGET ABOUT STUDYING
    -GRADUALLY FOR PUTTING A SPOON IN THIER MOUTH MOTHERS WILL HAVE TO GIVE THEM PHONE.
    -WHAT YOU SOW IS WHAT YOU REAP,
    SO IF THEY GIVE THEM SCREEN TIME NOW, THEN, SURELY THEY ARE GOING TO BE GOONS OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN FUTURE.

  • Children don't need every screen under their noses.

    Ever hear the phrase' watching too much television makes your eyes square!' The new technology or AI is taking over. Just about every child has a screen under their nose in the USA, and it's starting to cause social anxiety and children are not knowing what's going on in the real world.

  • Children don't need every screen under their noses.

    Ever hear the phrase' watching too much television makes your eyes square!' The new technology or AI is taking over. Just about every child has a screen under their nose in the USA, and it's starting to cause social anxiety and children are not knowing what's going on in the real world.

  • Parents and teachers need to limit screen time for kids or students!!!

    90% of our nation has social media and won't look up from their phones!? It is important to have lots of knowledge and you can't do that when you are steadily looking at your phone. Parents, teachers, stop letting your students and kids have so much screen time! What has this world come to!?

  • Parents and teachers should definitely limit a students screen time.

    It will come back and kick you in the butt, because you don't make good grades if your on the internet during class time. You also need to spend quality time with you family. I mean what has this would come to?! Kids need to learn that you need to be active and energized in this would.

  • Screens can make the devil posses you.

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  • They dont need all of that screen time

    They can get brain damage and even worse. Kids can miss out in the real world.Kids may be missing out on real life experiences.For youth on the high end of the scale, spending this much time with media - online and offline - robs them of real world experiences and may result in lower grades, increase their risk for depression, cut into the time needed for sleep, and more.Grades get lowerhildren should have less screen time because it could damages immune systems, Grades can get lower, and also they could miss out in the missing out in the real world.The Internet can be a valuable resource for education and fun, but how much is too much? Why can't people stop? Here are some tips to help you quit staring at the computer screen and get out and do something productive offline as well as online.Sometimes you have to disconnect to stay connected. People now need to stop focusing on that tiny screen that we forget the big picture, the people right in front of us.

  • I agree that preschoolers should have limits set for the television, because too much TV time, or the wrong types of programs, can have a negative effect on their health and brain development.

    It is reported in many different scientific studies that television is not good for preschoolers. They need parental interaction and time to investigate their environment and play. This is very important for their brain development. The more that preschoolers watch TV, the more likely they are to do poorly, academically, later on. Too much TV might also overstimulate them, causing short attention and hyperactivity. You also need to monitor what they watch when they do watch it, so they are not being influenced by the wrong things.

    Posted by: UnadvisedLeif
  • Yes, limiting the amount of screen time preschoolers have is important for their future health, because there are other activities that they should be involved in.

    I grew up to the echoes of "get away from that screen before you go blind", so I suspect that screen time, video game time, and Internet time should be limited. Preschoolers need to take time to play with blocks, trucks, dolls, and other toys, in order to develop into healthy children and adults.

    Posted by: SuccinctDerek96
  • Watching too much TV is bad for little kids, because it causes them to be less active.

    Kids that watch too much TV are less active than those who don't watch TV. There are a few ways that this affects their future health. First, it has been shown that the more sedentary a person is, the more likely it is that they are obese. Obesity causes many health problems. Another way that too much TV affects preschoolers is in their physical development. Kids of that age are learning how to run, jump and general coordination. Less practice means less development.

    Posted by: babiekanga
  • I disagree that limiting screen time for preschoolers is important for their future health, because there are plenty of beneficial programs to watch.

    I don't think that limiting screen time for preschoolers actually affects their health, as long as what they are watching is child-appropriate, and they are sitting at a safe distance from the television. Television programs for children are now incorporating physical activities into their shows. Children tend to jump up and down with the program. This occurs more often with the parents encouraging it. There are many things that a child can watch. It's not the screen time that affects the child, but what they are watching.

    Posted by: 5hinySve
  • No there should not be a limit in screen time.

    Talking in face time with family members can promote healthy development in kids. As long as parents know the risk of being online it okay letting their children have fun for a while. Kids want to have rights they cant always be bossed around by parents their parents say you have to listen to adults does that mean you listen to strangers you dont even know? The American Academy of Pediatrics was wrong kids are better off using technology because say your parents are making dinner they dont want to get interrupted so they give their kids technology and bam thats my response.

  • They dont need all of that screen time

    They can get brain damage and even worse. Kids can miss out in the real world.Kids may be missing out on real life experiences.For youth on the high end of the scale, spending this much time with media - online and offline - robs them of real world experiences and may result in lower grades, increase their risk for depression, cut into the time needed for sleep, and more.Grades get lowerhildren should have less screen time because it could damages immune systems, Grades can get lower, and also they could miss out in the missing out in the real world.The Internet can be a valuable resource for education and fun, but how much is too much? Why can't people stop? Here are some tips to help you quit staring at the computer screen and get out and do something productive offline as well as online.Sometimes you have to disconnect to stay connected. People now need to stop focusing on that tiny screen that we forget the big picture, the people right in front of us.

  • Limiting the amount of screen time preschoolers have really makes no difference, because what matters is what you do with the rest of the time.

    Many parents think that limiting the amount of screen time will make a preschooler healthy. However, even if you limit the screen time, it will not mean that the child will get the exercise that he or she needs. If the parents make sure that children take part in plenty of well-rounded activities, then the child will be healthy.

    Posted by: eyeslikethat

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