Monitor Your Kids Screen Time with These PrintablesJuly 1, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
It can be really hard to monitor kids screen time. With all of the electronic devices in our household, they can easily go way overboard!
We grabbed our favorite screen time printables you can use to keep track of your kids and for them to have a good understanding how exactly how much time they have. These will make it easier on the whole family.
Monitor Your Kids Screen Time with These Printables
This small screen time tracker helps kids see exactly how much time they have and make sure they don’t go over.
Let your kids earn extra screen time credit in exchange for doing chores and reading books. via Love and Marriage blog
Print this checlist of after school activities that must be completed before screen time like homework and playing outside. via Must Have Mom
Use these tokens kids can earn and save for screen time. via The Creative Mom
You can also use these tickets that are given out each week so you only get a certain amount of time. via Sports Mom Survival Guide
Have your kids use this screen time log each time so you are able to track and make sure they haven’t gone overboard. via Mending The Piggy Bank
Use this time chart kids can color in once they have completed tasks to earn screen time. via The Shady Lane
These summer electronic rules will make sure your kids don’t spend their entire summer behind a screen! via 30 Handmade Days
Having these around the house will make screen time management so much easier!
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