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Child Psychology and Behaviour

Tips to protect your toddler from overusing technology

Ridhi Doomra
1 to 3 years

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Tips to protect your toddler from overusing technology

Is your child spending too much time on smartphones or other gadgets? Does she prefer to stay indoors and play cricket on your smartphone/iPad rather than going down and playing with other children? If yes, then don’t you as a parent think that you need to stop this dependency on gadgets to keep them entertained? So how do you ensure that your child spends less time with the gadgets and more time doing other stuff like playing out, drawing or even reading a book? Worry not, as our blogger Ridhi Doomra shares some interesting tips to ensure that your child is not overusing the technology.


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Rajesh Punjabi

| Apr 10, 2017

great I agree

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Shrinidhi Khunt

| Jan 06, 2017

very nice tips

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shyamala viswanathan

| Dec 10, 2016

very nice tips

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Jazz Lakhani

| Dec 08, 2016

very nice,true said..

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Ridhi Doomra

| Dec 08, 2016

you are absolutely right ritu. and as i said, try and engage them in productive activities after school hours. some creative, productive activities. and yes it is the responsibility of every mother, how to raise our children. if we educate them about their social responsibilities, at a very young age, in fun learning programme, it will be great.

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Ridhi Doomra

| Dec 08, 2016

yes you are right tulika. Children do what they see at home. So make sure we parents also just restrict the usage of cell phones and gadgets. and try to spend time with children, playing, reading with them

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Ridhi Doomra

| Dec 08, 2016

Thank you aafreen.. yes the best thing is to make sure that your child gets involved in productive, creative activities. initially you have to work hard in forming habit. and using gadgets is not bad, as long as our work and little bit of entertainment is concerned. Addiction is bad.

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Aafeen Syed

| Dec 06, 2016

Nice blog ridhi.. exactly it happens with my 16months old... they follow us in every single way.. I live in middle east n its difficult to go out whenever we want.. weather dont allow us then secondly cant go alone.. everyone gives their children gadgets only so they can timepass on tablets n computers... we as a parent makes sure ti play as much as we can n we avoid to use phones also when he is up... nw we can control him bt as he grows he will prefer those gadgets only..

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Tulika Khanna

| Dec 06, 2016

nice blog. One thing which I wud like to suggest is minimal usage of cellphones n loads at home cos kids follow wat we do. if we play game on our cellphones or watsapp, can't expect d kid to be not fascinated by our gadgets.

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Ritu Sharma

| Dec 05, 2016

nice blog... seriously now a days it has become biggest problem among parents that how to stop children from over using gadgets. My daughter is only one year 4 months but still she wants my mobile. whenever she demands for it i simply try to distract her mind. i start play wid her. I think outdoor activities are must for them so that they remain engage wid their play. We should also encourage them to participate in some social activities like planting trees, cleaning etc. This will keep them away for sometime from net surfing or playing computer games etc also it will pour in good habbits in them .

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Purva Agrawal

| Dec 05, 2016

amoalaoe

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Rajameera Thanikodi

| Dec 05, 2016

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