Unboxing videos are exactly what they sound like: People opening boxes and narrating their actions. Unboxing videos are very popular with kids, racking up millions of views and tens of millions of subscribers. Some unboxing videos, such as ones about toys and Kinder Surprise eggs are usually fine for kids to watch (with a few caveats). But the subject matter of some unboxing videos is not age-appropriate. If your kid likes these videos, be aware that they are not technically “reviews” of a product’s pros and cons. Unboxing videos show the product in a favorable light and can have the same effect as advertising. Learn a little bit more about them and how to manage kids’ fascination below.
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