What types of children's gifts should parents stay away from this holiday s

On Monday, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a harsh rebuke to high-tech holiday gifts, saying that it's better for parents to give small children blocks, puzzles or even cardboard boxes to spark imagination and creativity. “A cardboard box can be used to draw on or made into a house,” Dr. Alan Mendelsohn tells the AP. He goes on to say that parents' main misconception is "the toy that is best is the one that is the most expensive or has the most bells and whistles or is the most technologically sophisticated.” On the contrary, a new report published by the AAP suggests that "heavy use of electronic media may interfere with children’s speech and language development, replace important playtime with parents, and lead to obesity."

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