We are hearing it more and more. Parents are worried about the amount of time their young kids are spending on electronic devices — staring at screens, tapping, scrolling and oblivious to family interactions. A feeling that being constantly plugged in is preventing children from learning important development skills.
Getting the hang of technology is important. But teaching children how to unplug and relax their minds and encouraging them to learn essential developmental skills is even more important. We reckon its all about balance and helping them to engage with alternative activities. That’s where we come in! We’ve put together a list of 10 ideas to help your family unplug, re-engage and work on some of those skills that technology based play just doesn’t offer.
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