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Finding how to learn from their mistakes, picking themselves up when they take a tumble and sorting out squabbles with playmates all help develop the self-confidence that makes children more emotionally resilient.
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If the neural pathways that control social and imaginative responses aren't developed in early childhood, it's difficult to revive them later.
A whole generation could grow up without the mental ability to create their own fun, devise their own games and enjoy real friendships - all because of endless screen-time.
But we can't go on letting our children 'be like everyone else' when it's damaging them.
If the next generation is to grow up bright, balanced and healthy enough to use technology wisely, parents need to take action. Rosie and the other parents invited to the ceremony at St George's church in Ashstead, Surrey, tried to agree on the etiquette for technology in advance, worried their children would stare at screens all day.
Customers have complained that the gadget is ‘too hot to hold’, particularly when playing games, prompting a spokesman for the U. watchdog Consumer Reports to announce it was conducting its own ‘scientific analysis with thermal imaging’.