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Here’s How to Ensure Your Kids Don’t Spend the Entire Break Staring at Screens

There’s nothing wrong with some device time. Just use these tips to make sure your kids don’t overdo it.

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It’s that time of year when kids have a long break from school and parents and guardians likely have some time off work.




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