Are Electronics Bad For Our Kids?-SliderPhoto

The-Birds-and-the-Bees-2.0-15-Ways-Technology-Changed-How-We-Teach-Kids-photo3“Simple” toys, like the ones Bialik does allow in her house (wooden stacking bowls, a wooden teething ring, and a few simple fabric books, puppets, and dolls” promote versatile, imaginative play. Bialik does mention that her “older son really feels a strong need for a lot of Lego®s as well as enough fire engines for a ‘five alarm fire.’” But again, the child is in charge of what these toys become, whether they’re creating houses for their dolls or putting out fires with trucks.