How long should school age children be allowed to watch TV daily?

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  1. jenbeach21 profile image73
    jenbeach21posted 6 years ago

    How long should school age children be allowed to watch TV daily?

  2. teaches12345 profile image93
    teaches12345posted 6 years ago

    The AMA suggests two hours tops which includes TV, videos, ipods, nintendo's, etc. On a school night it should probably be less and balanced between homework and family time.

  3. DzyMsLizzy profile image94
    DzyMsLizzyposted 6 years ago

    Should children be allowed unrestricted TV viewing after school?  How much TV is too much?  Does TV stunt learning and stifle imagination?  These questions are explored in this article. read more

  4. NarcononVistaBay profile image59
    NarcononVistaBayposted 6 years ago

    I think less than three times a week and no more than an hour. Also, parents should limit their time watching TV in front of their kids to set a good example.

  5. gamerbabe75 profile image62
    gamerbabe75posted 6 years ago

    We have what is called screen time in my house. This involves watching TV, computer use for leisure, video games, apps, or handheld video games. I would say no more than 2 hours per day. We rarely get that though with sports practice, dance, music lessons, and church activites each week. So, when our power was off for a week due to a wind storm -  the kids didn't even miss it! So, if you children could not live without electronics/technology for a week then there might be a problem.

  6. shivanchirakkal10 profile image55
    shivanchirakkal10posted 6 years ago

    I think parents to be follow time schedule to watch TV.When your children sit to study,it is not wise to tune the TV by the parent. It will  divert the concentration of your children. Restrict the child and enjoy yourself will slowly create a disobey behavior in your child or they simply go back from lessons and become back word in study.
    Time schedule for children as well as parent are more welcome in this concerned.

    1. peachpurple profile image83
      peachpurpleposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      i  fully agree to yr answer. Parent should play the important role to children.

  7. peachpurple profile image83
    peachpurpleposted 6 years ago

    I allow my son to watch tv but he doesn't watch long, maybe an hour of his favorite educational program, not cartoons. He prefers to use computer and Ipad instead.

  8. jenbeach21 profile image73
    jenbeach21posted 6 years ago

    Thanks for all the input. I may be starting TV free Tuesdays as a way to cut back!

 
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