The movie is one of the effective learning tools for your child. Through the movie, children can get to know vocabulary, colors, movements, objects, rhythm, and much more. Unfortunately, not all children’s movies present quality shows and are educational. Some children’s movies actually have secretly slipped scenes of violence.
For example, character A in one of the animated movies hit character B with a jumbo-size hammer until his body was battered and squashed. Although the scenes are hyperbolic and unrealistic, children cannot distinguish between fantasy and reality. As a result, they can consider everything that is seen in the movie as a truth. Not only that, your child might have the desire to try to do this to his friends.
Therefore, it is important for parents to accompany children when watching movies. By watching a movie together, you can immediately change the channel or stop watching if the movie is not good for your child.