encourage your children to reduce screen time

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Eduardo
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Re: encourage your children to reduce screen time

Postby Eduardo » Thu May 04, 2017 1:57 pm

Hello, glad to be here, in the friendly and really informative community! :D you know, that nowadays, in the contemporary world, that is really hard to make sure that your little one will not play in the Internet or with his mobile phone during lessons and else... therefore, you really can not control him during this time! and also, what I would really like to add you is that you have to be really strong and make sure that you are spending less and less time in the "electronic screen", therefore you will show the better example for the baby. ;) it is easy... therefore, it is healthy...

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JaredJey
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Re: encourage your children to reduce screen time

Postby JaredJey » Wed May 10, 2017 2:33 pm

TV and computer games is not limited to age and philosophically relevant decisions subject to the approval of the parents. There are many things you can do with your child. To try to walk. Even a short walk offers health benefits and allows You to communicate with your child. You can walk in children's activity centres. You can draw to play entertaining game. ;)

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Re: encourage your children to reduce screen time

Postby Dorian » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:44 pm

When families have been using media too much, it becomes a habit to just use it and stay inside. A smart way to curb these media cravings is to spend more time outside--without using your phone, of course! Public parks offer the opportunity and space for families to burn energy, engage in cardiovascular activity and socialize. Bring your flying disk, swimsuit, bikes, basketball, dog, and so on! If you have a recreational center, or are the member of a gym, check for times to get involved with activities. For instance, open swim times at the pool, ice rink, or climbing wall. In poor weather, try the library. Most libraries offer scheduled activities for children from infants to teenagers. Just realize most libraries have computers, so have a strategy to avoid spending time on the computers there.


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