Free play improves toddlers' brain development, AAP says

10/18/2011 | HealthDay News

Unstructured play is more effective for improving brain development among infants and toddlers than TV or educational video programs, according to a policy statement issued by the AAP. In addition, too much exposure to TV and videos can put children at risk for language development delays when they start school, the group said.

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