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Every generation has its ‘evil gadget’—for us it was TV. Remember how our folks told us that the ‘boob tube’ will turn us into a generation of couch potatoes and zombies?. Well it’s 2016 and we often catch ourselves saying the same about tablets, smartphones, TVs, and laptops. As the old saying goes, Best to keep everything in moderation.
Little discoveries are made everyday as “YouTube breaks” are now common in between playtimes. Stimulate the mind as the body gets to rest.
As parents, we may be tempted to raise our kids the “good old-fashioned way”, but if there’s one thing we can be sure of it’s that resisting technology is futile. We mean well, yes, but we have to accept that reality 2.0 is here to stay. Take the good with the bad and multitask! Let them watch cartoons while you work on your spreadsheet.
After a fun day, it’s always nice to re-live the fun through home videos. My boys always want to see how their playground session went from our eyes. Pro-tip: download a screen filter app to lessen the display’s brightness. It’s a very useful tool especially for nighttime use.
Ceasefires are priceless and thanks to iFlix, we can induce a truce at the touch of a button. There are ‘long’ movies that they can watch throughout the day, and ‘short’ movies that are reserved for bedtime.
Smartphones—because tablets are too heavy for a 6 year-old to carry over his head.
Warning: kids draw on ALL surfaces. Keep your touchscreens protected.
Tablets are reserved for the weekend and the boys watch together as often as they can. Kuya usually gets first pick, but bunso always gets his turn after.
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