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05/12/2015
When used correctly, television can be a great way to unwind, and/or to learn about the world. However, the problem starts when we don’t set limits, and we start pushing aside other activities in order to keep watching TV (especially when we have a child at home). This is why, in this post, you’ll find a few ways in which you can moderate how your child interacts with the TV.
  1. First, you need to be a role model. Your child is a reflection of you, and if they see you in front of the TV all day, it’s probable that they’ll do the same, even if you tell them not to.
  2. Setting a schedule for the TV can ensure that your child will have time to participate in other activities. Allow them to watch TV for about 1-2 hours a day, after they’ve finished their homework, and not while they’re not eating or right before bedtime.
  3. What your child watches on TV is also very important. As you know, there are quality products out there that can fit their interests and age group, so try to persuade them into watching shows that will contribute something to their development.
  4. Help your child become aware of what they’re watching by discussing the different shows, ads, and other products they consume. This will help them be more mindful of what they watch on television.
  5. Lastly, make sure that your child also engages in other kinds of activities. For example, take them to the park, play with them on the yard, motivate them to read, and keep their mind and body active to improve their development.

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