Mom, I want to play with my phone.
Wait a minute, I haven't finished playing yet!
I want to play for a while...
Every holiday, there will be parents who complain that they are so worried about their children that they play with their mobile phones all day long, and even shout when they eatDo not move!
Especially for adolescent children, talking too much will not work, talking too little will not work, and being reasonable and annoying... When it comes to children playing with mobile phones, many parents shake their heads and sigh.
On the other handDue to the epidemic, many homework and courses have to be completed online, and it is even more difficult to isolate children from the Internet.
So what should parents do to prevent their children from being addicted to mobile phones?You can try it from the following aspects-
Keeping children away from mobile phones, good communication with children is the key.Parents should not go into a rage and scold their children when they see their children playing with their mobile phones, which will only make things worse. Instead, they should patiently persuade and guide their children step by step.
Make rules to limit the use of mobile phones
Parents can communicate with their children to formulate rules for the use of mobile phones.
The rules should be specific, clear, and easy to measure. Compared with "the time spent playing mobile phones every day should not be too long", "the time spent playing mobile phones every day should not exceed 1 hour" is easier to measure.
The goal is specific and clear, it is easier for children to operate, and the rules can be written down and posted in a prominent place at home.
If the child does notTo abide by the agreement, adults must also adhere to the principle and force the shutdown. The child is crying because of this. Parents cannot compromise, allow the child to vent their emotions, and have a good talk with the child after the child is emotionally stable.
Establish a good reward and punishment system
After the family formulates the rules for the use of electronic products, parents and children can supervise each other and follow them.When parents violate the rules, they should also be punished to build up their children's awareness of the rules.
When children follow the rules, parents should encourage them in time.When appropriate, rewards can be used to motivate children to follow the rules.
Cultivate interest and improve the quality of parent-child companionship
Parents can take advantage of the holidays to cultivate children's interests and let their children devote time to interesting and meaningful things.You can take your child to do more physical exercise, let the child exercise with you, form a good parent-child relationship, and let the child experience the fun outside the mobile phone.
Parents should lead by example
Many parents keep their mobile phones in their hands, play games and watch dramas, but blame their children for not playing games. Such education is unconvincing.
Parents' words and deeds, family atmosphere, directly affect children's behavior habits.Parents who love reading, seeking knowledge, and self-discipline have a high probability of cultivating children with the same self-discipline; while parents are keen on playing mobile phones and watching TV all day, children are naturally more interested in games and even addicted.
Therefore, parents should raise their own requirements, set a good example for their children, and bring about a positive impact.
Healthy use of mobile phones
For the sake of children's vision health, parents should remind their children not to play with mobile phones in the dark, and try to turn on the lights in the room when using mobile phones;The time of playing with the mobile phone should not be too long; pay attention to the posture of playing the mobile phone, do not get too close, and do not lie down to play.
Parents shouldChildren choose high-quality content, choose some content suitable for children to watch, preferably content from which they can gain knowledge, and avoid children watching videos continuously and playing games repeatedly.
Source | Comprehensive from the Student Safety Education Platform, China Education News, People's Education, etc., Tianjin Education News, etc.
Source: Henan Education Broadcasting