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Young children If your child is aged under two years, using media with an adult can help keep him connected with people he loves – for example, a fly-in fly-out parent.
But if your child is aged under 18 months, he should use media only for video-chatting.
Are there any media benefits for children and teenagers? Television, movies, computer games and the internet can be a positive influence on your child, especially if you get involved when your child is using them and help your child make good choices.
There are many negative messages about media, and how viewing and interacting with it might harm children. The benefits depend on how old children are, and what kind and quality of media they’re using.
For children aged 9-12 years, it’s a good idea to watch news together so you can talk to your child about news that he might find disturbing.
Younger children can get developmental benefits from using media.
These benefits include: Children can be media creators, not just consumers.
And you can use online reviews to help you decide whether a movie, app or game is high quality and whether it has educational benefits.
You could try: Other parents and your child’s teachers can also be a useful source of information about quality media that’s good for children.
These can have more value through middle and later childhood.