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Should preschool children be allowed on the internet? [Copy link] 中文

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A study, conducted by an education research center under the China National Youth Palace Association, found that about 29 percent of children aged between three and six spend more than half an hour online everyday. For children aged 14, over 60 percent of them are online for more than 30 minutes everyday. Should kids be allowed on the internet?
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Post time 2018-1-16 06:11:01 |Display all floors
They should learn from the computer !
Round Up is good for developing the mind

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Post time 2018-1-16 09:47:10 |Display all floors
It should parents, schools strengthen leading, the government must make Internet more healthier and order.Together!

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My child is good at watching kid's TV shows on Internet everyday. He can choose his favorite espisodes at any time without lots of advertisements.

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