While I am not against kids using gadgets to play and learn something, I would also like to really see the kids of today also play games apart from their gadgets.Being a Psychology major myself, I have studied how important it is for kids to experience play using as many of their senses as possible.
Actual play apart from gadgets is a key in the development of children. Learning takes place as kids play. And of course, actual physical play with other kids will also help them in developing relationships and dealing with others. That’s why I appreciate this latest advertisement from a popular baby product. It reminds mothers and fathers to let their kids engage in play and games sans gadgets. It is indeed worth watching and I wouldn’t be surprised if a Psychology major, Psychologist or Pediatrician helped influence or create this commercial.