Managing your children’s screen-time is a matter of deciding which content they will be allowed to see - whether websites, apps, games or social media - and which will be blocked.
But screen-time management also refers to the time children spend on their devices. When you manage their screen-time, you can set study, play and sleep-times. This means you can ‘curate’ their online experience in a way that keeps them balanced, healthy and aligned with your own family values.
Recent studies show teens spend an average of nine hours a day on screens, while kids aged eight to twelve spend six hours daily - not counting schoolwork. Yet experts recommend no more than two hours of non-schoolwork-related screen-time.
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