The rapid development of science and technology has brought many new parents new puzzles: “my child is like an angel when he doesn’t play computer games, and a devil when he plays computer games. He refuses to let go in any way, often ending up with a family war. What should I do? ” So let’s take a look today. In Japan, what is the attitude of parents towards children playing computer?

In Japan, what is the attitude of parents towards children playing computer?

According to a survey conducted by 500 mothers of four to 12-year-old children from a survey company in Japan, Japanese children can use computers on average from the age of 6 to 7, and even some of them have expressed strong interest in computers since the age of 1.

However, compared with the rush of children’s interest, most Japanese parents expressed concern. They said that “the recent 3-year-old son is very interested in computers, which can’t be stopped”, “my child is very interested in computers, so that he can master the use methods immediately. I’m very worried about my child becoming a net worm. But on the contrary, there are a few parents who say, “it’s better to let children get used to computers in the future. Maybe when they grow up, they won’t be addicted to them.”.

For such a new social phenomenon, a Japanese journalist said that children can now have access to computers and smart phones as soon as they are born. No one can imagine the impact of these high-end products on these children in the future. If a child accidentally opens a pornographic website, its psychological impact is much greater than that of watching pornographic magazines in Showa era. In addition, computers and mobile phones are full of all kinds of information and online games. If you don’t pay attention, the phenomenon of “homestead children” or even brain degradation will become more and more serious. And the only way parents can take is to let children play with computers under their eyes, which can not only satisfy their curiosity about computers, but also monitor the content of online games.

In fact, why don’t we? Try to discuss with the child in a calm and gentle tone, try to understand the child, let him feel your kindness and the warmth of the family, and guide the child to develop his strengths or interests beyond the game. Baibai safety net’s knowledge about children’s home electric shock prevention is still being updated. Please lock in our relevant columns!