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Old-fashioned toys, not video games, best for kids, pediatricians say
by Maggie Fox
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3 December 2018
On 3 December 2018 NBC News reported:
Don't be fooled by all those 'educational' electronics in stores. What's best for your kids, pediatricians say, are old-fashioned toys that require you to actually interact with them. Play is important for child development, but children learn best from adults. They get language skills, learn about how the world works, and get feedback that can reinforce learning and positive behavior, the American Academy of Pediatrics says in new guidelines for people buying toys for kids.
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. . . Simple toys such as blocks, crayons, and card games can fill these needs better than the flashiest video game.
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