How do teachers help our kids fall in love with learning? They create an environment that helps inspire our kids to want to learn and do it on their own. Encouraging our kids to choose Healthy Tech Habits can work the same way if we create an environment that encourages it. It also helps stop screen time battles.
Today I’m sharing my easy tips to make creating a healthy tech environment in your home easy!!
Hi I’m Chelsea!! Welcome to Family Friday, where I teach practical tricks to help you find balance and keep you and your family safe on the Virtual Playground.
TIP #1 Hide The Technology. If you look around any classroom, everything is placed with Intention to create the ideal learning space. Teachers don't have things out that distract from learning like snack bars,
or movie posters
displayed. Many Schools even lock away cell phones to create a better learning environment for our kids.
The same is true in our homes. If our kids see tech devices...
I know that a lot of parents are seeking for a great and applicable way to control the amount of screen exposure their kids get from today’s everyday devices. Many parent's today are facing a screen time battle that I feel is harder and more complicated than it truly needs to be. So I've put together mine and my clients’ 4 Tried and True ways you can easily implement to control screen time in your home effectively with minimal meltdowns today.
The first step we do is create A Charging Home that’s “out of sight, out of mind” for your kids. Why? It really is as simple as making it not easily accessible for them. Our kids overuse screen time primarily because they can access it whenever they want. If you limit the access first, you are better able to control the environment. This will limit the battles and fights you have to have. Hiding the devices doesn’t have to be hard either. It can be as simple as a wood box in...
Raising kids in a digital world doesn't have to be difficult. Learn the tools you need to enhance your power over technology so you can do what you do best: Be There For Them.