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Here are the most important tips for children to use smartphones the right way

 Here are the most important tips for children to use smartphones the right way

Teens can easily get a smartphone, it's no longer an achievement like getting a license to drive a car. So; There is no alternative to following them

So here's a smart guide of 5 tips for safe phone use by kids and teens

 10 - 14  The most appropriate age to carry a smartphone

The American newspaper pointed out that there is no justification for giving children smartphones at an early age, but it may be appropriate for those aged 10 to 14 years to allow the use of cell phones

She added that even during this age, it is preferable to have good reasons for a child at this age to use a cell phone, if he is traveling alone between home and school

Catherine Perlman, a social worker, recommends starting with children 10-12 years old, as they are more receptive to monitoring their use and education than an adult

Choosing the right phone..and selecting the basic applications

And the "Washington Post" stressed the need to pay attention to some things, before giving the child a smart phone, such as: choosing the appropriate phone, and this does not mean that the most expensive phone is the best for them, in addition to determining the basic applications on the phone, which may include basic communication and messaging applications. e-mail, and adding an electronic game and educational applications

The guide emphasizes the need to establish basic rules for your child's interaction with the smartphone and the allowed times, the sites that can be used, and even the consequences in the event of non-compliance, which may include the withdrawal of the feature of using the phone

Parental control.. legalized

At first, parents may need to activate the parental control setting on the phone that their child uses, but they should not make it an essential matter in dealing with it, so as not to push him to look for hacking solutions to circumvent this control

The newspaper manual explains that this setting may be useful with your child's first cell phone, but over time you need to limit it, so that he can gain confidence and maturity, and make sure you leave room for him to learn

Experts agree that parents should limit the time children spend on their phones, monitor their activity remotely, and even agree with them on the right of parents to review phone activities without referring to them

The American newspaper "Washington Post" stresses the importance of building trust between parents and children regarding the use of cell phones

Safe use tips

The report encourages parents to have regular conversations with children about cell phone use and see if they have any concerns, especially when using the Internet

The American newspaper called for the necessity of educating the child on how to maintain the privacy of his personal information, and how to avoid being exposed to electronic fraud, and with his age and use of social networks, parents should talk to their children about the responsibility that comes from 
sharing photos or videos online

Quick intervention if behavior begins to change The Washington Post advised parents to review their children's cell phone use history if they notice unjustified behavioral changes, but at the same time they should also be aware that some changes may occur due to things not related to the phone

The American newspaper recommends that parents be open to change in the way children manage their relationship with their phones, especially when they reach the age of 15, as they may expect that what they do on their phones is a private matter, and that is why parents should build a bond of trust with their children so that they turn to them if they appear to have any Problems


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