On April 24, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) issued new screen time guidelines for children under 5. The guidelines state that children age 1 and under should have no screen time, and children ages 2 to 4 should have no more than 1 hour of “sedentary screen time” per day.
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Apparently yeti/sasquatch movies are a thing now. There’s Smallfoot, the upcoming Abominable, and, released this past weekend, Laika’s Missing Link. While potentially too violent for
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Researchers studying toddler-parent interactions while reading found less interaction when reading electronic books as opposed to print books.