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Too much toddler screen time tied to worse social, motor skills by kindergarten
by Lisa Rapaport
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28 January 2019
On 28 January 2019 Reuters reported:
Toddlers who spend too much time in front of televisions, tablets, and smartphones may not become as skilled at problem-solving, communication and other skills needed for school as their peers who have less screen time, a new study suggests.
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... Compared to toddlers with less screen time, two-year-olds with more screen time tended to score lower, at age three, on developmental screening tests that measured communication, fine and gross motor skills, problem solving, and social skills.
The same pattern was seen for three-year-olds.
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