For a lot of kids, growing up in today’s world means more time spent staring at screens than biking around the neighborhood with friends. This isn’t a huge surprise considering the increase in affordable personal electronic devices. But it puts a difficult task on parents: How do you keep kids from engaging in too much screen time without getting tantrums or moody backlash?
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A 2015 study by Common Sense Media reported that kids aged eight to 18 in the U.S. spend an average of nine hours each day using media. It’s become an addiction for many, but a new app called unGlue is here to make management easier. The app helps families agree on an amount of screen time kids will engage in, and then holds them to it. Read more…
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