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mudabure.comMore residents above poverty line can’t cover basic costs in CT, report saysEach night, Elizabeth Yates helps her 2-year-old son Tommy brush his tiny teeth, reads him his favorite books, and then tucks the strawberry blonde toddler into bed. Many nights, Yates has to later scoop her sleeping son out of bed, put him in his carseat, and drive him to his babysitter’s home. She does this because she has to go to work. Yates, who lives in Stamford, works the overnight shift, 11 p.m. to 11 a.m., as a master control operator at a digital media company. She spends her work hours watching multiple screens to make sure different television networks12
local.theonion.comWashed-Up Toddler Can’t Point Out Things Like He Used ToTOLEDO, OH—Acknowledging that his best years were most likely behind him, local 2-year-old Spencer Boyd admitted to reporters Thursday that he can’t quite point out things like he used to in his prime. “A month ago, I was so much quicker at letting everyone know if I saw a train, a car, a rock—you name it,” said Boyd, adding that he couldn’t help but feel like, nowadays, he’s just going through the motions whenever he notices a bug, points at the bug, and says “bug” several times. “Yesterday, I saw a fire truck. A big, red fire truck, going fast, but I just kept it to myself. I used to see something and say what it was right away. Now, I’ll stare at it for a few minutes first. I guess I’ve lost my touch.” At press time, the washed-up toddler was spotted desperately trying to reignite that lost spark by pointing out everything in his field of vision.
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thetechedvocate.orgReading with your children: proper books vs tabletsSpread the loveNicola Yuill, University of Sussex Most of us have an opinion about whether we prefer reading on screen or paper: but what difference does it make for children? The truth is that technology is now encountered from babyhood. Anecdotes abound of toddlers swiping their fingers across paper rather than turning the page, while parents and teachers express their fear of screen addiction as tablets introduce new distractions as well as new attractions for young readers. Ofcom figures tell us that children’s screen use rises sharply towards the end of primary school (from age seven to 11) and in …3
offspring.lifehacker.comTo Get Your Kid to Do More, Talk Less Have you ever seen a parent in deep discussion with a toddler over a Rice Krispie treat? They’re patiently explaining the risk of tooth decay, the importance of a balanced diet and the timing of dinner. Right there in the middle of the grocery aisle.