October 26, 2011
Tietoeturtles.com recently confirmed reports that television is detrimental to the social development and overall well-being of young children, particularly infants. Citing recent articles from Family Practice News.com, the company reports that toys are far better at stimulating a young mind than TV. Many parental groups have questioned the health of infants when it comes to media, claiming that television is bad for children.
According to the article, from FamilyPracticeNews.com, the case that television is bad for children can be made quite easily when it comes to what young kids are actually getting out of those hours spend in front of the television. Toys, rather than television, are recommended when it comes to providing the highest level of stimulus and fun to promote learning. While TV may provide temporary stimulus and entertainment, it doesn’t in the long run, teach kids how to solve problems or interact in the real world – two critical elements to successfully growing into healthy adults.
According to Tiptoesturtle.com, retailers of top selling toys and accessories for kids, having the right toys is one way to promote healthy child development, “Recent research tells us that kids really do benefit from a great toy, one that encourages creativity and logical thought development. The toys featured on our site from popular brands like Baby Einstein are a great example of how parents can make playtime more fun, which also provide an enriching learning experience.”
Tiptoeturtle.com offers a wide selection of educational infant toys, strollers, car seats and baby accessories on its site, making it easy to find top selling products all in one place. In addition to offering a variety of the most important baby items, the site also features a helpful blog for the latest news in child development and resources.
Tiptoeturtle.com is the premier destination for parents, families and friends who are looking for the best baby gear. The store specializes in numerous baby products, including car seats, high chairs and child carriers. For more information, please visit http://tiptoeturtle.com.
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