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Pediatricians want parents to stop giving toddlers digital toys
by Lisa Rapaport
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3 December 2018
On 3 December 2018 Reuters reported:
All those interactive digital toys and mobile apps designed for little kids are exactly the type of gifts parents should take off their holiday shopping lists, U.S. pediatricians say. Ideally, parents should choose toys that are not overstimulating and encourage children to use their imaginations. ... But sometimes that old adage is true, and parents will find kids' favorite part of the toy is the box it came in.
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One of the most important purposes of play during childhood -- especially for infants and toddlers -- has nothing to do with ABCs or 123s. The point of play for very young children should to foster warm, supportive interactions with caregivers and help kids develop early social, emotional, and behavioral skills, the doctors say.
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