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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #75 on: April 03, 2012, 11:02:48 am »

Walang TV at iba pang electronic entertainment sa tinuluyan naming community house (sa East Kamias, QC) noong October to November 2009, matapos na binaha ng Bagyong Ondoy ang bahay namin sa Marikina.

Six (6) years old pa lang ang daughter namin noon.  Pero na-appreciate namin ang katahimikan ng paligid.

Hanggang ngayon, ang buong family namin ay hindi sobrang hooked sa TV, computer at iba pang electronic entertainment.

Yung daughter ko, nine (9) years old na ngayon at incoming Grade 4 na sa susunod na pasukan.  Ang madalas basahin ngayon at binabaon pa pag may lakad kami ay isang used Grade 4 reading book.  Naga-advanced lessons na siya on her own.

Kung nagko-computer siya, ang pinapanood ay educational videos na alam niyang hanapin sa YouTube.  Kung nanonood ng TV, gusto ay mga documentaries.  At heto pa, may cellphone siya ngayon na may TV and Radio, ang pinapakinggan sa Radio ay DZFE 98.7 FM - Classical music station.

Lahat ng ito naman ay na-observe niya sa aming mag-asawa since her toddler years.  Hindi kami ma-gadget.
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #76 on: April 04, 2012, 11:22:59 pm »

I really can't wait until my son can read without my help. I'm going to lessen his TV time to encourage him to read more instead.
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #77 on: April 12, 2012, 09:59:16 pm »

Kids and TV: What Parents, Teachers and Doctors Say


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Experts weigh in on the issue of exposing young kids to television
Kids and TV need not necessarily be a bad mix, but as you may have probably gleaned from the first part of this article, sometimes, a little or no TV at all may actually do our kids more good.
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #78 on: October 22, 2012, 02:33:28 am »

1. Establish rules and limits.
2. Do your homework.
3. Expose your children to other forms of entertainment.
4. Watch with your child.
...By watching with them, you will be able to explain things to them, not to mention that it becomes a family bonding activity as well.
5. Use it as a learning opportunity.

How to Manage your Child’s TV Time

http://www.smartparenting.com.ph/home-living/homebase/how-to-manage-your-child-s-tv-time
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #79 on: October 28, 2012, 09:25:06 pm »

JIT as in Just In Time itong mga paalala mo sis toughmom.  mga bata buong araw esp ngayong matatapos na long wkend puro telebisyon ang inatupag.  good for me kasi may free time ako but i know it's the opposite for them.  :(
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #80 on: October 30, 2012, 01:22:12 am »

You can not avoid a child to watch TV unless tanggalin niyo ang TV sa bahay niyo.  Dito ang mga bata nakakakuha ng idea kung anong "IN" so that they can relate with other kids else baka ma OUT OF PLACE sila.  May stages ang pagpapanood ng TV like for my daughter (4yo), she watches Disney Jr. or Nick Jr. Kung nanonood yun eldest ko ng spongebob, I don't allow my daughter to watch kasi baka maging makulit katulad ni spongebob.  She can easily absorb what she is watching.  She can remember some lines on what she is watching at magugulat na lang ako sa kung anong pinagsasabi niya (buti na lang at napapanood ko ang pinanonood niya).  She used to watch disney princesses kaya lang hindi ko nagustuhan kasi puro na lang prince charming at walang lesson unlike Barbie,  I too, love it.  Example yun Barbie Princess Charm School, tinuturo dito na one should have confidence....other barbie movie, maganda yun kanta, etc. 

Tamang gabay din ang kelangan and also expose them (outside the house).
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #81 on: October 31, 2012, 12:23:48 am »

^sis pinapanood ko bata ng spongebob, akala ko ok yun pala kaya siguro makulit dahil natutunan din dito kaya hehe.  makapanood nga ng Barbie rin, tama ayoko rin ng mga prince charming na yan hehe.
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #82 on: January 03, 2013, 08:17:04 am »

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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #83 on: January 03, 2013, 09:22:52 am »

Update.  My daughter is 4y and 10mos.  aside from TV, nag Ipad na din.  Nag download ako ng Storybooks and Educational Music Media for her.  Would you believe naka memorize siya (word by word) ng 8 stories (hanzel and gretel, princess and the frog, the golden goose, the goose with the golden egg, the big great turnip, etc.)

Stories with lessons like Hanzel & Gretel.  Sabi ko sa daughter ko na wag siyang bibitaw o lalayo sa akin lalo na pag nasa mall, kasi hindi siya humahawak tapos takbo ng takbo.  I always remind her na like the hanzel & gretel story e baka makuha siya ng bad guys.  Also, we have to explain some lines in the story like the evil stepmother.  Naisip ko baka maisip niya na evil mother yun so sabi ko stepmothers are pretend moms.  EXPLAINING is a big help.  Hindi natin maiwasan ang TV or any electronic devices.  Kahit sa school inintroduce na ito.  Some schools are using tablet like ateneo and la salle. 

Stages lang yan.  Like what I've state on my past comments, child should watch shows according to their age.  Also, my daughter is in nursery medyo slow ang pace for her age, kasi na late ako ng pagpasok sa kanya sa school and to help her may phonics music sa Ipad which teaches kids the sounds and words that start with the letter... really works alam na niya sounds the letter.

Also, napansin ko maski sa eldest ko na magaling sila in retaining lessons.  Confidence na lang talaga ang kulang for my daughter.  Maybe she needs more exposure.
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #84 on: June 19, 2013, 05:21:42 pm »

Discovery Kids’ new animated series CRAFTY KIDS CLUB serves up a big bowl of creative imagination with a gang of four kids aged seven to eight.


http://www.smartparenting.com.ph/community/news/discovery-kids-premieres-new-animated-series-crafty-kids-club
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Re: Kids and TV
« Reply #85 on: October 30, 2013, 01:23:46 am »

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Gadgets, TV and our Kids
« Reply #86 on: October 03, 2017, 09:09:14 pm »

"Many parents argue: I’m not hurting anyone. My child is happy, busy and even learning how to read and count! Technology is the future."
Find out the benefits and negative effects of gadgets. Here are
5 Reasons to Stop Using Gadgets as Babysitters, According to Experts

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http://www.smartparenting.com.ph/parenting/preschooler/using-gadgets-to-babysit-your-kids-affects-mental-development-a1669-20170930-lfrm
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