With significant advancements in technology and gadgets over the past five years has come a dramatic increase in use of devices for not only adults, but children. On average, children are engaging with display screens (TVs and electronic devices) approximately 7.5 hours each day. This increase in "screen time" has been shown to impact children in most, if not all, areas of development. Changes have been observed in studies by the American Academy of Pediatrics in the way a child plays and socializes, their attention and learning, as well as significant delays in critical stages of development. Development in the five following areas are impacted by this increase in screen time by children.