Screen Time Doesn’t Hurt Kids’ Social Skills, Study Finds

A new study found that despite the time spent on smartphones, today’s young people are as socially skilled as those of the previous generation.
Researchers compared teacher and parent evaluations of kids who entered kindergarten in 1998 (years before Facebook), with children who did so in 2010.
Even children within both groups who experienced the heaviest exposure to screens showed similar development in social skills compared to those with little exposure, according to the findings.
As pandemic quarantine continues, parents are running out of ways to keep children occupied. Tablets, phones, or computers are a quick solution.
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