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If your kid needs to use a device for homework, limit which devices, apps, and websites, Your kids can use.Once all homework is done, set a timer for how long your kids can be on devices, when the time limit is up, put your devices in a basket near a wall outlet where they can charge if they are low on battery, as for dinner, for after dinner, don't let your kids go on devices before bedtime because it won't be easy for them to fall asleep, and for bedtime, charge devices outside of bedrooms because devices make it harder to fall asleep. I go to an early high school and we need internet and screentime to do most of our work.I believe that he's receiving to much stimulation from what he watches on tv, and not enough from other people/activities.When I play with him in his room, I turn the tv off, and that seems to help a bit with his behavior and attention.The idea of screen time as a one-dimensional activity is changing -- even the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), whose screen time rules had been strictly age-based, is recognizing that not all screen time is created equal.Computers, tablets, and smartphones are multipurpose devices that can be used for lots of purposes.
The Clearly, there's a lot of difference among these activities.Reading and maintaining physical balance is very important.I do agree that it is very important nowadays to minimize or shorten screentime of our kids as they are very addicted to technologies and may spend lots of hours while watching inappropriate movies or playing cruel games.Seems like these experts have done a lot of research. After reading the article, I plan to limit both to one hour (unless it is for education) a day, with the exception of the occasional family movie night. Concerned as a fellow mom, J The link triggered a spam filter!Try going to tech uk and searching for “how much screen time for kids” The article recommends about an hour for a five year old and up to 2 hours for a six year old.