The World Health Organisation (WHO) came up with guidelines for caring for children under the age of five.
They are intended to contribute to children’s motor and cognitive development and lifelong health.
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Generally, it recommends more physical activity and less screen time. For instance, it said all children younger than five should not be restrained for more than one hour at a time in a pram, stroller, high chair or strapped on a caregiver’s back.
Here are some of its age-appropriate guidelines:
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