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Screen time for kids

Find out why too much screen time can be bad and get ideas for how you can keep your little ones entertained.

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Screen time - Ngala

Screens are all around us

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Screen time and children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is screen time? Screen time is a term used to describe the amount of time spent looking at a screen

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Make Healthy Normal - screen time

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Screen time: babies and toddlers | Raising Children Network

For children aged 0-2 years, most types of screen time are best saved until they’re older. Connecting with family and friends using video chat can be fun.

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Screen time: checklist for healthy use | Raising Children Network

Screen time can be part of a healthy lifestyle for your children. Just balance screen time with other activities and encourage kids to use quality content.

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Sharing screen time with kids: benefits | Raising Children Network

Sharing screen time with your child is fun, builds your relationship and helps you both learn new things. It turns screen time into family time. Get tips.

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Sharing screen time with kids: benefits | Raising Children Network

Sharing screen time with your child is fun, builds your relationship and helps you both learn new things. It turns screen time into family time. Get tips.

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Managing screen time: children 3-11 years | Raising Children Network

Healthy screen time habits for kids don’t always come easy. Strategies for managing screen time can help. You can try rules, routines, transitions and choices.

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Parents & screen time: role-modelling | Raising Children Network

Your children are influenced by your screen use. You can be a positive role model of a healthy, responsible approach to screen time and social media.

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