Some children will enjoy spending lots of time on screens. If you think this might be making them reluctant or worried about socialising with people in person, you can do some things to help.
There are things you can do at home to help your child develop social skills. Help them practise talking and taking turns and listening. Think about whether any of your play could also be opportunities for learning. See our advice on how to do this.
We also have advice on how to:
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