Are Electronics Bad For Our Kids?-SliderPhoto

Girls-Who-Code--10-Reasons-To-Get-Your-Daughters-Into-Tech-Photo9Electronic toys may be more expensive than the classic rubber ball or wooden stacking cups, but mom and dad want to make sure that their child has ostensibly the best toys and keeps up with the latest in technology so that they don’t fall behind their peers. But Hirsh-Pasek explains  that the “overarching principle is that children are creative problem-solvers; they’re discoverers; they’re active. Electronic toys tend to dictate the action, whereas your child can take charge (and exercise his or her imagination) when the toy in question is more of a blank slate”.

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