Making Your Child an Active Viewer

PBS has developed a kit for parents to help their kids become active viewers when watching TV, and you may find it helpful.

Instead of zoning out in front of the set, your child can become an active viewer. How? By learning to ask questions about what he is seeing and hearing. Even if you don’t know all the answers, wonder out loud with your child about the shows you watch together. This will let him know that TV shows don’t have to be any one way. Instead, each show is the product of many decisions that people made along the way.

You can read more here.

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