Do your kids have carte blanche over their electronics?
On average, tweens spend almost 6 hours a day and teens almost 9 using media (social media, TV, video games, and the Internet). In fcat, 92% of teens report going online daily—including 24% who say they go online “almost constantly”
Against this onslaught of digital momentum, how do you teach kids to use the Internet but to limit their “just because” or mindless online time?
Sure, screens can be great for fun and education, but they aren’t the be all and end all of life. There are so many other activities that our kids need to engage in to become well-rounded individuals.
So where do you start when it comes to screen time rules for kids? Click and print our cheat sheet below for examples you can use today!
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