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Kids are more proficient in computers and cell phones then riding their bikes or time your shoelaces so says a software company survey of over 2000 moms.
And so says observation of any children.
The survey reports 14% of children aged four to five -- -- the issues.
Compared to 21% who know how to use Smartphones are ipads.
In the ages two to five category 52%.
A letter writer by 1258%.
-- computer game.
With us now doctor a lot of LaVigne she's primary care -- spokeswoman for the American academy of pediatrics -- we derelict in duty here is -- just how goes.
I think you're right I think that we have to remember that children need to learn how to do things -- the quick fix isn't always a solution so.
TVs and computers and portable gaming devices have been a quick fix for parents they want to get something done here.
Take my phone.
Take this game watch -- movie seat in the house and I think it's gonna have to take a step back and and the concept of responsible digital citizens so that any responsible that is the most citizen I like it so that means that -- has to be a balance between your online -- their offline worlds that kids can still be kids.
Yet they can still sort of exist in today's technology I gather up all the technology of the laptops -- portable DS is iphones.
We put them.
In at the clouds that mommy to at -- well I have I might still work but not in front of the kids that we only -- -- away from them but it's -- yeah but it's amazing the things that we can do we started playing sorry we got into trouble.
We drew pictures and I think that your hope your dynamics here interactions really changed when you do that and I would encourage people to give -- try.
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