Research shows that children under the age of two receive no educational benefits from being planted in front of a television screen, yet parents continue to tune into shows such as “Yo Gabba Gabba” to keep their toddlers occupied. Young children spend much of their childhood watching television when they could be spending that time developing their communication skills and learning how to share with their peers.
When you read this article, think about how many hours your CASA child spends watching television. What else could he/she be doing? How could you promote a healthier lifestyle for your CASA child?