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Playing violent video games has no link to teenage aggression

February 13, 2019

When looking for someone to blame as a result of a mass shooting or acts of extreme violence, there is always one topic that happens to rear its head and that is gaming. But a new study conducted over at Oxford University has found no links between video games and aggressive behaviour.  Sarah-Jane Mee spoke to Dr Amanda Gummer this morning on Sky’s...
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Children’s exposure to TV ads for age-restricted products is falling

February 1, 2019

  A new study from the Advertising Standards Authority has revealed that between 2013 and 2017 children’s exposure to TV ads has declined by 29.7%, falling from 229.3 ads per week to 161.2.       Furthermore, the study also revealed that along with children’s exposure to TV ads on the decline, certain types of content is also following suit: Children are...
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Balancing Play

January 10, 2019

Welcome to our Fun4All Hub where you will find a wide range of helpful articles and ideas to help make play more accessible and beneficial for everyone!

Christmas with Fundamentally Children

November 1, 2018

Christmas with The Christmas Good Toy Guide Christmas Topics 1 The Only Gift Guide for Kids you'll need!Our Reviews and Recommendations will offer you peace of mind when it comes to Toys and Apps as all our reviews are independent and non-biased! WINTER READS...Here are a selection of Christmas-themed topics we feel would be perfect for you to read this...
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ChiTAG 2018

October 30, 2018

1 Skylark @ chiTAG View Site 1 Base Ace @ chiTAG View Site 1 Can Do Child @ chiTAG View Site 1 Boxhead Crafts @ chiTAG View Site 1 Go Green Games @ chiTAG View Site 1 Numbers Alive @ chiTAG View Site 1 Tech Will Save Us @ chiTAG View Site

Meraki Festival 2018

July 31, 2018

Between August 10-12, the Good Toy Zone will be at the Meraki Festival in St Albans accompanied by a host of Good Toys!

Screen Time Stress

April 10, 2018

A wide selection of handheld devices and screen-based toys are available today, in addition to the array of social media available to both children and adults. A much-discussed concern is the negative impact too much screen time may have on child social development and parent-child bonding. This can promote stress in parents and caregivers in living up to expectations set...
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