AAP lifts ‘no screens’ rule for babies
New rules say interaction is key
The American Academy of Pediatrics released updated media guidelines for parents of infants and toddlers. Screen time that fosters interaction, such as video chats with grandparents, and videos that help babies learn words are among the approved uses of media for babies, albeit with limits.
Baby Signing Time, Potty Time, Signing Time, and TreeSchoolers programs encourage and enhance parent-child interaction and build early literacy skills. Digital products are available through SigningTime.TV
Free video for parents: Signing With Your Baby