Therefore, researchers need to investigate the actual prevalence of fantasy in children’s media to further understand how children learn about the real-world from their everyday engagement with books, TV shows, and movies.
For example, while the amount of time children spend watching television and DVDs, playing video games, and using a computer has gone down in recent years, mobile device use has gone way up.
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For those 5 and under, one hour a day is likely quite enough, but for school aged children, the best parenting advice seems to be to negotiate a reasonable limit and encourage other kinds of activities (even screen time other than television).
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Your child is showing they enjoy this story, but also that they are still learning from the pictures, words, and the interactions you have as you read this book together. Repeated readings of the same storybook also help children learn novel words, particularly for children aged three to five years.
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