This study aimed to identify The Effect of Watching Cartoon Programs on the Social Skills of Kindergarten Children From the Point of View of Their Mothers. The descriptive analytical method was used; Due to its relevance to the nature of the study, the study sample consisted of (102) mothers of children enrolled in kindergarten. A questionnaire was applied to them about the impact of watching cartoon programs on kindergarten children from the mothers point of view, and a questionnaire on social skills of kindergarten children from the mothers point of view. Results of the study concluded that: There is a statistically significant correlation between the positive and negative effects of watching social cartoons programs on kindergarten children, from the mothers point of view. The results also show a statistically significant presence in the childs gender variable (male / female) on the positive and negative impact of watching cartoon programs, kindergarten children attributed males. The results also highlight the presence of statistically significant differences in the gender variable (male/female) for kindergarten childrens social skills attributed to males. The study recommended tightening government and family control on cartoon programs that are broadcast to kindergarten children.
M. Shahpo, S.; EL. Elzahaer, N.; H. Elfadil, N.; and A. Alsaeed, N.
"The Effect of Watching Cartoon Programs on the Social Skills of Kindergarten Children From the Point of View of Their Mothers,"
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