Is it good to make three year old kid to play toddler educational games in internet?
Will they become addicted to computers in a very early age?
YES!! Absolutely. Most parents doesn't know that....games also is a learner tools they just don't realize it. And new research shows that brain is developed by playing online games..
I don't think "making" a kid play educational games is the way to go. They should be introduced as a fun thing. I think playing with the child one on one rather than the internet is much healthier than setting them in front of a computer.
From my family’s experience, I’d say it makes very little difference. My older daughter could use a mouse by the age of two, and the other showed no interest in computers till long after she was at school. Now they are 13 and 12 and both spend hours on computers, doing both educational tasks and playing. (The older one probably does spend longer at the computer, but she writes.) Both are adept at programs I am still clueless about.
If I was to go through the early years again I’d keep them away from computers as long as possible.
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