Children and screen


The majority of children spend a lot of their time looking at screens, such as smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, and TVs. A child usually watches or uses a screen for at least 4-6 hours a day on average. Screens can entertain, teach, and keep children occupied, but excessive exposure may lead to problems.


  1. Take into account your child’s maturity level.It is ideal for your child to become more responsible and sensible as they mature. In some circumstances, this isn’t the case. Take into account the negative ways technology can contribute to immaturity, irresponsibility, and bad attitudes. You should make sure that your child can handle all of the responsibilities that come with technology.


  1. Earning screen time.You should make your kids earn their screen time by doing chores. Ask your young children to clean and put away their toys in their room. Teenagers should take out the garbage, clean up the living room or vacuum. They learn that nothing in this life is free. They need to understand that the devices are yours and they are just renting them.


  1. Demonstrate screen time behaviour.Your child’s first teacher is you, so if you want them to use technology appropriately, you need to model healthy digital habits.



  1. Family Time.Families need daily “tech-free time” together. With screens off, families can connect and have in-depth conversations. Family bonds can be strengthened this way, promoting a healthy family dynamic.


  1. Set rules and regulations when using screens.Decide when your kids can use screens. These can include certain days of the week as well as certain hours. You can be flexible, but don’t be a pushover. Set aside your dinner table as a no-screen zone. It’s also a good idea to turn off kids’ screens 30 minutes before bedtime. In order to manage screen time effectively, usage limits are essential. Make sure everyone knows these rules, including babysitters and family members.


  1. Limit the content they can watch. Kids should only be allowed to watch content that you have approved. Remember that ratings are an excellent place to start, but they’re far from a guarantee. Choose only high-quality content for your child if you care about their intellectual development.


  1. Rules are meant to be followed.If your children violate the screen time rules, make sure they are aware of what will happen. The privileges may be revoked for a couple of hours, days, or weeks. The Screen Time: Parental Control app is a good choice for enforcing the rules. With this app, you can block games and apps and remotely shut down a device. 


  1. Baby and toddler exposure should be limited.Screen time should be limited for infants and toddlers, including television, mobile phone and tablets. Tell your older children why it’s important to limit how much screen time their younger siblings receive. It will be easier for them to understand the implications if you explain it in the right way.



  1. Be active. A balanced screen time and life can only occur if you engage your child.Spend time with your kids in the fresh air. Providing fun alternatives to screens and other technologies at a young age will make spending time with your family more important than the latest gadget.


  1. Screen time should be used to follow your child’s passions and interests. Your child should spend most of their screen time pursuing passions and interests, rather than just playing video games and watching cat videos. If your child enjoys animals, encourage them to learn more about them while using their screen time. You can encourage your child’s intellectual curiosity and passions by leveraging the power of technology.


  1. No Gadget during homework.Screen time should not be allowed when homework is being completed unless they need them. Kids need to focus on their homework to benefit from it. If they are constantly switching between screens, they cannot concentrate.



  1. Be a parent, not a friend. The day will come when your child will be enraged by your limit on screen time and say that their friends have no such restrictions. If you lack confidence in your parenting ability and the big picture, you may feel that you rob them of their childhood. Don’t worry. It’s the right thing to do, and you will see the results later on.



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