How Many Is Enough?

They tested toddlers playing with toys, and found that with fewer toys available, the children played for longer, and in a greater variety ways.

This suggests that when provided with fewer toys in the environment, toddlers engage in longer periods of play with a single toy, allowing better focus to explore and play more creatively. This can be offered as a recommendation in many natural environments to support children’s development and promote healthy play.

Limits.

Feeling Lucky? Give Your Kid A Smartphone

After looking at language delay, the findings showed that the more time a child spent with a handheld device, the more likely the child was to have delays in speech, with each 30-minute increase in handheld screen time resulting in a 49-percent increased risk of speech delay.

A half-hour per day is a coin-flip. Tails, you can’t make certain sounds with your mouth.