How to Set Real World Limits Around Kids and Tech

I love technology!  I’m not on  Angry Birds or I don’t play the latest game for Android, etc… But I think technology is great.  But so do a bunch of kids…  And parents think it’s great because it gives them a little break too.  And believe me, being a father, I’ve been there and done that and I don’t fault parents for needing a breather.  But with so many different types of available technology now, things CAN get out of hand.  I don’t think it is a good idea to have your child’s face buried in a screen, never to emerge for any real human interaction time.

Here is an article that might help in setting some limits when it comes to technology.

Technology is an everyday part of a child’s life these days. It’s also something that is next to impossible to eliminate it, no matter how much a parent may want to. Kids as young as two and three are commonly using apps on smart phones and tablets, and by the time they enter school, computers are a regular part of how they learn. So how do you set limits around tech so your child can benefit from what it offers without being overwhelmed by it? Here are some tips that can help.

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Todd Sepulveda

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