The order that we should ban screen time for toddlers has always been commonly accepted among paediatricians and parents – and by extension, us writers. However, recent studies and parent accounts are suggesting it’s not necessarily the mere act of watching television that should be a cause for concern; rather, they recommend that parents facilitate an environment conducive to active learning and bonding with their children to prevent the potential quandary-inducing nature of heavy screen use.
I've been playing a lot of games lately; most of them are pretty short and/or simple and don't really warrant full posts dedicated to each of them individually. So I've decided to throw a bunch of them together in one post and just give my quick thoughts on them. Enjoy!
Most children’s toys are a product of their respective time periods. After short-lived crazes that involved begging parents for modish knick knacks that were sure to impress the kids at school, these novelties were relegated to fad status, whereby their only responsibilities were collecting dust in the attic and attracting nostalgic folks at garage sales.
Okay, so this isn’t exactly a "movie" review like my usual ones, but because Heart Tango is considered a short film (emphasis on short, as it’s literally only seven minutes long), I’m reviewing it anyway and categorizing it under the other movies I’ve previously reviewed.