Many parents like to infuse their children with scientific ideas from an early age. From an early age, they show them puzzle TV programs specially made for children, such as “Little Einstein”. But some researchers have found that this is not an effective way.
On September 4, 2009, Disney Company issued an announcement. Anyone who bought a video or DVD of “Little Einstein” between June 5, 2004 and September 4, 2009, can receive the original price. paragraph. Disney’s move is the result of a long-term push by the organization “campaign for a commercial-free childhood.” They have data showing that “Little Einstein” is “educational and can improve children’s intelligence.” Such propaganda is false and deceptive.
In a study, experts found that in the 8 to 16 months of age, children who had seen infants and young children’s programs “Little Einstein” and “Sesame Street” were actually in language development standards than children who had never seen such programs. The scores in the test are significantly lower. In the 17-24 month age group, the difference in language development between children who have seen and not seen the program is not obvious.
For preschool children, learning to interact with real people is worse than learning from the screen. Instead of letting them learn in these programs, it is better to talk directly to the baby, which helps them to speak and socialize better.