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Child rearing in 2018 carries with an entire host of new difficulties, particularly with regards to "screen time." The American Academy of Pediatrics prescribes restricting screen use to one hour out of every day of "amazing projects" for kids 2 to 5 years of age and setting "predictable breaking points" on screen time and sorts of media for children 6 and more established. Yet, how would you make this work on a down to earth level? We asked the HuffPost Parents Facebook people group to share what screen time standards have worked for their families.



While each family is extraordinary, and it is eventually dependent upon individual guardians to figure out what is best for their kids, here are a few methodologies that have worked for other people. Clocks And Schedules "We generally complete a commencement ― 'five additional minutes,' 'three additional minutes.' It helps chop down the tension of him being highly involved with something and after that having it removed. We additionally set points of confinement inside our gadgets and just put child agreeable applications where he is permitted." ― Kirsten Britain



"Our screen time is planned and essentially just TV. We have an old Kindle Fire that has a couple of diversions and a Leapster, however, they're once in a while utilized. Television time is after lunch and after dinner ― a half hour or so after lunch and a motion picture's value (1-1.5 hours) after dinner." ― Katie Kilsdonk



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