New American research shows that kids are spending close to 4 hours on mobile devices but less time watching TV. Find out more about the research here.
Interacting with screens is an unavoidable part of our children’s lives. Too much of the wrong kind of screen time has negative effects. Here are some of the ways to make screen time interaction work out for you and your children.
The old-age debate about the bad effects of television has come to haunt us yet again.
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Television has helped in the development of kids but research studies have indicated TV has negative effects. This article delves into the harmful effects of screentime for kids.
What's new in May? Check out the exciting shows hitting your screens this upcoming month on Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD!
Is your child always glued to the TV? Try these tips to get your kids to stop watching TV all the time.
The new kid on the block this summer is Doc McStuffins.This Disney Junior cartoon series, is the second original production to be shown after last year’s success of Jake and the Never Land Pirates.
According to research, kids today spend more than seven hours using any form of media. Whether it be texting, playing a computer game, listening to music, watching the television or surfing the internet, kids are definitely glued to screens.
A quick TV guide for children in Singapore which highlights the top 10 programs that are both beneficial and fun for them and 10 programs to steer clear from!
It is in 3D, it is energy conserving, and it protects your kids' eyes!
Maybe the television is the easiest way to keep our children occupied while we go about our chores. But does it make kids more aggressive?