bensonrich asks:

Can my son of age 2 study online, because we are not in America right now?

In Topics: School and Academics, Technology and my child
> 60 days ago



Nov 4, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

Two year old children need interactive play with parents and others. It is best to limit your child's screen time, this include computers, mobile phones, TV and game consoles. The best way to have your child learn online is to do it together, using appropriate sites, carefully managing the amount of time spent in front of a screen and talk about what you experiencing together.  Some of the best information about how to do this is found at www.CMCH.TV
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rkaiulani writes:
Hi there,

Typically, the types of activities that constitute "school" for a two-year-old are not those that can be studied online. These include social skills through interaction with adults and other children, the development of fine motor skills through manipulation of craft supplies and other activities, and cognitive development that includes using the senses to learn about color, shape, etc. I personally would not recommend that you engage your two-year-old child with online learning: instead, find a playgroup and check out these useful articles:

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