Hello Mi Fans,How are you all? I hope everyone is having good time on Community. Last week over 92% users preferred Rear Camera over Front Camera. This week let’s debate on “Should Kids be given Smartphones?”
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Technology has done a lot to make our lives easier and more efficient. With the passage of time, Smartphones have become an important part of everyday life and is much more necessary than a fancy item. In fact, life cannot be imagined without a smartphone. However, we can see kids also carrying smartphones, either chatting or playing games. So let’s talk about “whether kids should be given smartphones or not.”
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At some point parents must deal with a child’s request for a phone. Handing a phone for the first time to your child is as almost as important as baby’s first steps. Before giving the device, parents should do their own homework and find out what their kids are going to face when using the device.
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Expert says, “Deciding when to get your child a smartphone has less to do with age and more to do with action on both the parent and child’s part.” At same time, studies recommend that mobile phones should only be given to children above sixteen years of age. Children below the age of sixteen should not be given mobile phones since their brain is too sensitive to withstand the effects of mobile radiation.
Why Kids Should be given Smartphones?
Image Source: WallethubFor sure, growing up in the technology age has its fair share of benefits:
Why Kids shouldn't be given Smartphones?
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Conclusion: Thus we see, how smartphones are a boon and a bane to us and kids. There is no particular reason whether kids should given smartphones or not. We only need to understand how to make the best use of these devices. Excessive smartphone usage among kids is a worrisome issue among parents. But, in a world where technology plays such an important role, it is extremely difficult to keep children away from smartphones. So, what is your opinion? Do participate in debate below and let us know.
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