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September 1st, 2017


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Natasha Swift
My son uses a phone for YouTube. However he still has toys. We play pretend cafe and shops, we still have paint and play doh out, go to the park, play outside. He even plays with his dolls. We still Do normal childhood things. He also uses learning activities on my tablet to help with his phonics and writing. Technology can be used right in proportion
Fabiana Martins
My kids are 7,4,2 and don't own a tablet or iPad ! They play with their toys, colouring!I'm old fashioned but let kids be kids
Kathy Bennett
How do you know he hasn't been busy playing with all those toys, painting etc and is now watching a cartoon or playing a game? It doesn't mean he's on it for hours!
Sheila Pickering
My grandson has Downs syndrome and is also Autistic and is unable to speak ,but he would be lost without his ipad. He is able to find all the children's programmes he likes, playing some over and over again. He is now 17 bless him.
Louise Eagling
Today after lunch took my kids and a friend of theirs on a walk over woods where I used to play as a kid - total tomboy - they ran, climbed trees - through sticks into stream ... somehow got into the stream - so much fun
Nadia Best
My 4 year old has a tab her favourite thing is to watch pingu and her favourite game is CBeebies alpha blocks. Her battery lasts an hour if she lucky and then she can't play it again untill I remember to charge it. She would rather be playing with her toys or doing something active she loves football and does martial arts that she does at least one run through everynight
Jennie-leigh Hancock
I don't see a problem with children being tech savvy in the world be live in today! Everything's electrical! Toys are important too but that's not to say letting them use technology is wrong!
Jemma Louise Holden
My kids are daughter 7 nearly 8 and my son just turned 9 yesterday they have a ps vita ipad xbox one and ps4 but stil manage to fit time in to play board games play out on bike and scooters swings in the garden and bouncy castle trampoline read books paint draw colour scalextric ect...
Samantha White
This makes me angry ๐Ÿ˜  why can't parents play/teach there kids instead of putting them in front of a TV or phone, it's just laziness
Mickie Kelly
My little has her play dough, sand, paint, pens out every other day and she's always roll playing with her kitchen or shop/dolls this is why my house looks like a nursery ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ’ฏwouldn't have it any other way! Only kids once! it's the foundation of they're personality โ™ฅ๏ธ #letkidsbekids #funmess
Jo Griffiths
I agree with all the comments below. If u decide to buy your child a tablet / phone its then your responsibillty to limit the time spent on them.
Leanne Thomas
My kids have tablets and toys my livingroom is still covered in toys as they are not always on them they even get bores of the tablets
Nicole Lomax
Georgie this picture makes me happy about not being able to see my front room floor๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜‚
Catherine Kennedy
A little staged I think. However, not too far off the reality!
Rhona Matthews
I know that feeling, my little boy has special needs and all the toys he has and still only his tablet will do
Michelle Spence
All bs.. The problem with kids today is most the parents don't give a shit about teaching them morals and respect!!!
Karen Lesley
Agree.....lack of engagement with an adult, not technology itself.
Samantha Harland
Craig Shearman our children would be sat on the other side of the table as it looks like my front room lol
Michelle Haines
Everything in balance. My still plays with their toys and have limits to gadgets
Melissa Ann O'Neill
I loved my toys. I would like my children to learn through play. Not all technology.
Nicola Constantinou
Only if you let them.
Jennette Wherry
Dont blame the kids,blame the parents!
Evelina Eva
Lee Knight
Sharon Walker
Ronnie Walker remind u of anyone
Mary Mckenzie
Kirsty Mckenzie ๐Ÿคฃ
Emma Louise Beckett
Ben Warman
Marie Grady
Aishling Grady
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Joe Everitt
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