tv_and_kids_inside.jpgWe should all be concerned--television has a wide reach. Almost every Filipino household has a TV set, providing a relatively free form of diversion and thus making it a very accessible form of media. But how do you make sure that your child watches the right shows, and how do you guide him toward being able independently decide on which shows he should see?

It is up to you to decide on how much or how often your child gets to watch TV. Read on for tips optimizing your child's TV viewing privileges.

For more tips on kids and TV, read these FN articles:

(First published in Good Housekeeping Magazine, Raising Kids Section as "Rethinking TV' in May 2004; photo from The Blind Side courtesy of Warner Bros; adapted for use in Female Network)

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