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Computer games: when and what can my child start playing?

Computer games can be educational – but they’re meant to supplement play, not replace it. Consider these guidelines before buying any for your preschooler.
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Computer games: can too much damage development?

As with most activities done in excess, too much time spent on computer games and console games can negatively affect your child's development.
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How can I tell which films are appropriate for my preschooler?

Thanks to the BBFC, finding movies that are suitable for a preschooler to watch is a simple process.
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My 4-year-old son constantly ask me can he watch television. How do I manage TV time for him?

The television is a powerful tool for your four-year-old: it can be used for instant entertainment, education, and more negatively, as a substitute for interaction with friends, parents and the outside world.
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Is it okay for my child to have violent themes in her play?

Make sure to control what your child sees on television to prevent violent theme play.
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Is a three year old ready to be playing games or using the computer?

Computer games are not necessary for development at this age, but they need not be a problem either – if you follow a few tips.
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What developmental milestones should I be noticing in my three year old?

By the time your child is three, he or she will be capable of physical feats that you never dreamed he or she could do a year ago.
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