Build trust by listening actively and without judgment, encouraging your children to discuss thoughts, feelings, and technology-related concerns openly.
Establish a balanced routine that allows time for academics, physical activities, hobbies, and limited, responsible technology use.
Teach kids to be cautious online, avoid sharing personal information, recognize cyberbullying, and report any inappropriate behavior encountered.
Demonstrate positive online behavior, using technology responsibly and mindfully, to set a good example for your children.
Foster critical thinking skills by discussing media content, encouraging fact-checking, and evaluating online sources.
Emphasize the value of educational apps, websites, and resources to enhance your child's learning experiences.
Prioritize face-to-face interactions, outdoor activities, and community involvement alongside online engagements to support social and emotional development
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