The debate "Kids spend to much time on the internet" was started by
October 22, 2015, 3:03 pm.
55 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 19 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
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As kids are curious by nature...so nodoubt when they get opportunity they just spend their time on internet...but psychologically proved it brings disappointment
um im a kid.where i live its rare to find children playing internet they walk around reading books like nerds.I only have my phone to listen to music.
Yes, in anyway kids should not spend time on Internet because it's taking all their brain chemicals, and that's really affects concentration. Some parents don't want to stop what their kids r doing, u r right old times, parents used to say to read books and play outside
But here in the next generation, what will happen to the kids, it's not clearly understandable. They will be spoiled rats.
So now try to understand your child.
This I think is a temporary and subjective statement. It is just what each generation says to the next. We were told that we spend too much time with video games and TV. Before that kids were probably told that they spend too much time on reading books and should rather play sports. Even before that kids were probably told that they spend too much time on sports and stuff and should rather be helping their fathers. Who knows may be we will next be saying that kids are spending too much time on augmented reality!