How to Break Your Kid's Screen Addiction

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The digital world has some negative effects on children of all ages...


Too much time viewing screen has a negative effect on the amount of sleep children of all ages get

 In some studies, obesity has been linked to excessive TV watching as a child.


Studies suggest that kids who spend more than 2 hours per day looking at a screen score lower on thinking and language tests.


Toddlers: focus on physical playtime for babies and toddlers and only use educational media with young children 18 months and older.

American Academy of Pediatrics Says:

Young Kids Ages 2 and 5: screen time should not exceed one hour per day and needs to involve the parent who can help their child learn from educational programs.

Ages 6 and older: place consistent limits on the time spent using media, and the types of media, and make sure media does not take the place of adequate sleep, physical activity and other behaviors essential to health.

Older Children Ages 10-18: the CDC recommends no more than 1-2 hours of screen time per day for older kids

The American Academy has great time limit recommendations BUT.......

These Guidelines are

Easier Said than done!

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Luckily, these 7 steps (designed for REAL parents) are easy to follow. And it actually works!

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These Effective and Realistic Steps will help you finally Limit Screen Time and get your kids back!

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