As parents, we can help our kids discern what defines good and bad screen time.
By setting a good example of putting away your device for an eye break, it allows your child to mimic your positive behaviour as well.
These days, the age at which our children are starting to use their smartphones and tablets are getting younger and younger. In fact, a study carried out by Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority among children between 0 to ...
Besides smartphone addiction and device dependency, too much screen time can also contribute to other conditions such as depression.
What do you do when they just can't peel their eyes off the screen?
The ease of using devices has brought about some bad habits that could make us victims of cybercriminals, especially our children who are not aware of these online dangers.
For many parents, managing their children’s screen time is a huge stressor they have to deal with on a daily basis. Are you implementing screen time rules in vain? More often than not, we parents turn to implement arbitrary screen time ...
As lockdown restrictions ease and our children return to school, how do we help them wean back on the duration of screen time they've become so used to
As parents, we're naturally concerned about our child's device-use and this may be a source of stress for some of us. But here's a solution that's sure to help moderate your child's screen time.
While device dependency seems like another problem to add to our long list of worries, it’s not as hard to manage as you may think.