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I mean rhymes and other stuff that we watch on tv etc

Posted by Nid, 30th November 2016

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  • None at all is the current recommendation, I believe.

  • It depends on how old your bub is. It’s recommended zero for those under one but my babe loves the wiggles and she’s learned how to clap, bow and do other things from watching them.

  • Playing while they are still only a baby is all they need and maybe some light background music for them to calm and soothe

  • Not too much. Playing songs in the background is good. It’s only noise and color on the tv that they are attracted to

  • ZERO!! They recommend NO television or screen time before three years of age. A baby can’t even see well enough. Listening can be done via radio.

  • I’m the bad mum I have it playing in the background all day. There 2 shows my actual daughter will watch were we sing & act out. When she going to sleep she watches tv just before she drifts off & her brother & her watches a movie before bed add it all up probably she watches 3-4 hours a day

  • Half an hour a day is more than enough for a baby. You can continue the rhymes with CDs or your own voice

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