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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #30 on: July 02, 2009, 04:53:34 pm »

mga mommies ako ka elisha ( ;D) dko talaga pinapapanood ng mga violent, love story and walang sense na program. nilinaw ko s kanya yon noong 3yrs old plng sya.sbi ko s kanya na gus2 ko nick, disney lang sya manood.pero d talaga maiwasan lalo n kung si yaya na nanood specially pag nasa work kami.kinukwento niya skin na c yaya daw lagi nood ng mga movies sa cinema 1 taz my nagkikiss daw palagi at sa kung ibat ibang channel pa. so ginawa ko 2loy, iniba ko yung program setting ng tv at denelete ko mga stations na non sense para s kids ko.around 5channels nalang ata natira taz tinago ko remote pr d nila mailipat don s mga channels na binura hehe bad na ba ako???? minsan kc c yaya kahit mga war movies nadatnan ko minsan pinapanood.c elisha pag alam n nyang magkikiss na yong pinapanood tinatakpan naman niya yong mata niya,sbi ko bata kp kc  :D
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TV influence
« Reply #31 on: February 28, 2011, 01:28:48 pm »

My daughter, 2 years and 11 months, is very fluent in English.

She was introduced to watching DVDs like Baby Einstein, Baby Mozart at 9 months.
.....pati nga Wowowee because of her yaya, pinanunuod din.

PLAYHOUSE DISNEY lang ang pinapanuod ko sa kanya and it seems that TV had good influence in the development of my daughter.  She knows how to read, in BIG and SMALL letters, the ALPHABET, counting 1-20, can identify animal sounds and pictures.....amazing how she speaks in english......as in complete sentence ang sagot niya so no choice kami kung hindi mag-English din sa bahay pero kelangan pa rin mag-tagalog so that she can understand.....................

Its okay to let your children watch TV but make sure to guide them.......show them the real world hindi lang puro TV........I reassure you ma-appreciate nila.

   
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Re: TV influence
« Reply #32 on: March 07, 2011, 07:11:03 pm »

Thanks sis for sharing and for the ideas... ;)
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Re: TV influence
« Reply #33 on: March 09, 2011, 06:42:00 pm »

i agree with mommy mworx  :)

my son is 3 years old but he started reading at 2 years of age. the only videos he is allowed to watch are the educational and (rarely) playhouse disney. he's currently fascinated with Thomas the tank engine and friends... so i download episodes over the net. (medyo british accent lang yun nakukuha niya dun sa series  :P hahaha!) no matter what accent he gets... what's important is that he can read, he has memorized numbers 1-20, the alphabet and he loves singalongs plus he can really catch the melody/tune. he is also familiar with some nursery rhymes and love reading books. oh... he likes the IPad educational apps, but i make sure he still understands the difference between the flat touch screen and real physical shapes and textures.

proper guidance lang.
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Re: TV influence
« Reply #34 on: March 16, 2011, 04:19:42 am »

this is true and effective, its just hard when your family or other people in the house watches telenovelas  :(
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TV before bed a bad idea for kids, researchers say
« Reply #35 on: July 01, 2011, 11:45:52 am »

TV before bed a bad idea for kids, researchers say

Letting young kids watch television before bed interferes with their sleep, according to a study published June 27.

Researchers surveyed the parents of about 600 preschool-age children, from 3 to 5 years old. Children who were allowed to watch violent television during the day (meaning children's programming that contained violent scenes) increased sleep problems, and watching TV after 7 pm was linked to sleep problems, regardless of whether or not the programs contained violent.

The researchers advise that doctors ask parents to limit late-night television and media, and violent programs in general, for young kids. Be mindful of childrens' programming -- some shows are more suitable for seven- or eight-year-olds, not preschool children, the researchers said.

Kids with TVs in their rooms watched more TV and were more likely to have sleep problems; also, the more television children watched, and the more violence they were exposed to on television, the more problems they had sleeping.

The study, published in the journal Pediatrics, adds to the growing body of research that finds children who watch violent TV, or even too much TV during the day, may struggle with bedtime and naptime schedules, including one from 2008 from the University of Washington that yielded similar findings.

Access the study here: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2011/06/23/peds.2010-3304.abstract
 

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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #36 on: July 07, 2011, 08:36:33 am »

Watching TV before Bedtime Linked to Sleep Problems in Children

Too much TV and violent scenes in programming have been found to be associated with sleep problems in children.
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Re: TV influence
« Reply #37 on: July 10, 2011, 11:19:34 am »

This is true mommies. I remember, my dad used to give us sched pa in watching TV. and it helped us focus more in our studies. hehehhe. Nice thoughts mommies.
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #38 on: July 11, 2011, 12:37:05 am »

Recommended TV program for pre-schoolers.
Disney Junior Debuts in the Philippines

This new brand for kids ages 2-7 will showcase the Disney experience with magical heartfelt stories.
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Don't forget, limit TV Viewing time!
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #39 on: July 11, 2011, 11:21:25 pm »

my baby only watches brainy baby, as in everyday walang sawa, her favorites are peek-a-boo, laugh and learn, left brain, right brain and shapes and colors, for the abc, 123's and animals like niya lang yung part na may song
for the baby einstein series she only like baby mozart she don't want to watch the other episodes hindi niya pinapansin...
i recently bought your baby can read hopefully magustuhan ni baby
i also didn't let her watch other shows ito lang talaga....
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #40 on: August 02, 2011, 11:48:41 am »

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on Disney Jr. Channel

Mickey and friends take learning a step higher with new interactive features, and a mom tells us why her preschooler loves it.

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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #41 on: August 02, 2011, 12:35:03 pm »

after my jana's development assessment, i asked the Dev.-Pedia on the effect of watching TV at an early age and said.

"the brain develops critically during the 1st 3 years of child's life.  all the information outside, pinapasok niya sa brain and TV is not helpful, in fact, it may destruct or harm child's brain development. child below 2 years old should have no TV at all, for 3 years old and above, maximum of 2 hours only a day". wala naman daw maitutulong even educational videos. kaya raw gusto ng mga bata ang TV Ads kasi mabilis, kaya rin daw gusto ng mga bata si barney, dora, etc kasi mabilis ang episodes. then pag nag-aaral na raw, hinahanap na ng bata yong mabilis, malikot si bata at don nakikita na minsan ang bata may behavioral problem though they seldom diagnosed ADHD.

napaevaluate namin si jana because she is very malikot at makulit but the assessment result turned out na mataas ang cognitive skills niya at her skills are advance than her chronologic age kaya the doc advised us to send jana to school though she's more 3 years old. now, she allows to watch TV for 2 hours lang and no TV at all for my 10-month baby boy. in short, pati kami di nakakapanood ng TV, eh di ko nga alam na may bagyong Lando na kung di sa office hehe
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TV shows for babies/kids
« Reply #42 on: August 16, 2011, 02:59:45 pm »

Hi moms!..:)

Share naman po kayo anong T.V shows pinapanood nyo sa babies/kids nyo..and ano appropriate, educational at d same time ineteresting tv shows ang pwede for babies 7 mos up?..so far i let my 7 month old baby watch Dora and the VCD on "educational songs/nursery rhymes"..other suggestions po mga moms para may options ako if ever magsawa c baby sa mga pinapanood ko sa kanya naun..:)

Thanks a lot..:)
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Re: TV shows for babies/kids
« Reply #43 on: August 16, 2011, 03:10:02 pm »

barney sis
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Re: TV shows for babies/kids
« Reply #44 on: August 16, 2011, 03:17:49 pm »


@denise2214
Copy sis and thank you..:)...d ko pa natry si barney sa kanya..but i will..hehe..:)
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