Five Tips for Parents of Tablet-Addicted Kids


How young is too young to be using an iPad or other touch-screen media device? What should parents do if they can’t get their children off the tablet? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer

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  1. Please stop giving your children a screen to stare at in restaurants, in the car, etc. Young kids learn by watching and absorbing things around them. How people are interacting with each other, how they talk, what they are doing, why they are doing what they do… with their head down in a screen they are missing out on thousands of little signals and learning experiences every day, and the questions that come with them . If you can't engage or communicate with your child in these situations, or selfishly have them stare at a device to keep them "busy" and not bother you – it's on you. Bad parenting.

  2. I’m 9 years old and I hate the fourth tip. Because I like to play Minecraft, Gacha life, GarageBand, and other games that are not educational. F*** those kiddy educational apps. They suck. Only 3-5 year olds would like those apps.

    Ok maybe I’m over exaggerating but I still hate those apps

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