Apple Magazine

WHY WE SHOULDN’T GET SO OUTRAGED OVER KIDS’ SCREEN TIME

THERE ARE HEALTH AND PRACTICAL REASONS NOT TO BE TOO WORRIED

It’s always fascinating to read of the ‘moral panics’ that arise from time to time with regard to how much of our finite time we should spend looking at screens. Unless you’ve printed off this article, you’re presumably staring at a screen right now, and you may well work in a job that requires you to spend a large proportion of the day doing so. However, that doesn’t stop many of us being anxious about the subject of screen time – not least when it comes to our children.

THE ARGUMENT OVER HOW MUCH SCREEN TIME OUR CHILDREN ‘SHOULD’ HAVE

First of all, let’s not deny one thing: that children do routinely invest a considerable proportion of their free time into looking at a screen. , for instance,

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