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By Lauren Katulka
We’ve all been cautioned against the dangers of too much screen time. But recent studies suggest time spent on the computer could actually improve your child’s grades.
Almost two-thirds of kids play computer games for leisure, and half of all 5-year-olds use a computer or tablet regularly. This early familiarity with computers makes them effective teaching tools. See the seven ways screen time can help, not hurt, your child’s learning experience.
Boosting Literacy Levels
Training Young Brains
Making Learning Fun
Learning Foreign Languages
Explaining Math Concepts
In an ideal world, students would receive all they need to excel in the classroom. But with only so many hours in the day and teachers spread among their students, computers help provide the intensive instruction and instant feedback that students don’t always receive, and ultimately help them reach their potential.