Psychologist: A child under 6 years old has nothing to do on the Internet
February 13, 201
Psychologist Olga Makhovskaya, who actively cooperates with the Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said that children under 6 years old should not be allowed to play online. She explains that we are talking about the age to which children go through a very significant stage of development.
The beginning of the stage comes at three years of age and is called “role-playing games” If the child misses this stage and replaces it with telephone games, then his mental development will suffer greatly. In fact, telephone and computer games deprive children of their imagination.
Baby time on the Internet must be tightly controlled. In adolescence, children should learn self-control. This requires laying the foundations of this skill.