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Later on if they want it to be with friends, I would say yes, count that -- the only type of online friend time I wouldn't count would be voice calling, as it encourages calling friends and making real connections.
Then again, there has to be a certain age where "screen time" is extended, to keep up with the constant surge of media and we have to deal with (I'd recommend anywhere from 2.5-3 hours a day once your child hits 13).
A team of Lafayette College psychology researchers took a closer look at young children and video interactions and made some surprising discoveries about what kids aged 1- to 2-years-old do and don't get out of Face Time interactions on a screen. " in the forthcoming issue of the journal Many families with young children use video chat to connect with family and friends--but what do children understand about the on-screen people and content of these interactions?
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Videochatting on Face Time or Skype can be excluded from your kid's overall screen-time minutes.
In fact, you may want to introduce videochatting to your family (if they haven't discovered it already.) Studies show that babies can tell the difference between video-chatting and other kinds of video (such as TV shows), so it's a great way to build cross-generational relationships or bond with a relative who's away. As kids get older, the grow way apart from their relatives, ESPECIALLY grandma and grandpa.