The new battle between parents is kids is about the appropriate use of mobile phone by kids. To end this quarrel, here we present you 7 commandments about using cell phone that parents should teach their kids. Have a look at them!
1. You will not talk while driving
Handling tech device along with the vehicle is certainly not an easy task for most of the people especially for kids. So, don’t risk your life and the life of others on the road by using the phone while driving. Rather put it aside and drive consciously.
2. You will not use your Bluetooth headset in any situation
You are there, using your Bluetooth headset, because at any time an urgent call can arise, and you need to be available to attend anyway. And then he starts walking down the street, gesturing madly. In fact, the handset is very practical, but a few hours is better if you get a little out of it, right?
3. You should not stay hooked to your cell phone
For obvious reasons, dependence on continuous communication is not healthy. To manage their phone use, you can also make use of mobile phone parental control apps through which you can not only see how do your kids use their phone but can also manage when they can or can not use it.
4. You will not make your phone more important than the company
“If you both talk on your cell phone, you do not need my business”. This also means not making calls when a waiter is writing down your order (better to leave the restaurant and return to your request when your call ends) or when you are in a queue.
5. You will not leave the cell phone ringing just to show you’r “cool”
The ringtones have become mania. But no one needs to listen to your football team’s anthem just because you want to show your love to the crowd.
6. You should turn off your cell phone at specific events
Test the crying baby. You should turn off your cell phone at funerals, weddings, yoga classes and any places where you would not be allowed to carry a crying child. If you were embarrassed to have a child crying in a particular situation, then silence your phone.
7. You will never answer your cell phone while in the bathroom
In the information age, we can not lose sight of three very important letters: TMI (Too Much Information). This expression is used when disclosing too much personal information, to the point of making the receiver feel uncomfortable.
With these commandments, you as a parent should make sure that your kids follow the rules set by you and for that, you can take the assistance of mobile phone parental control apps such as FamilyTime that help parents a great deal in making technology a positive source for kids. So, get the tool now and help your kids in the digital experience. Enter smart parenting!