In a world where everything is accessible at a touch of a button, the power of imagination, communication and collaboration is slowly hovering on the brink of extinction.
Gone are the days when kids’ ideas of spending quality time is going out on a picnic or exploring the countryside.
These days, kids appreciate online games more than nature tripping. With so many distractions, it is no longer surprising that spending some quality time is undervalued.
I agree on the points on the article that creating more time for discussion and collaboration reduces screen time and increases quality time.
But what about cartoons? How much does this have an effect?
Something that can be controversial – do violent cartoons have a significant effect on our kids? Let’s take a look…