If you ask me it would be a “ yes “ because kids shouldn’t have to be on devices all the time and I recommend don’t play too much of them around your parents so they won’t go all crazy around you.
If you’re a parent and you’re reading this, you should know about Steve Jobs that he was a low-tech parent. Most parents are high tech parents and kept track of how long there kid has been on tech devices. Some parents are like Steve Jobs that are low-tech parents and are fine or don’t care about their child on tech devices. Steve Jobs was a low tech-parent until people told him, “ you child must LOVE the ipad. “ Steve Jobs said “ they don’t play with it that much. “
Then he realised that he had not kept track of how long his kid’s been on tech-devices. I feel like kids shouldn’t be on tech-devices as much so there parent won’t go all wacko.
Video games are fun though but you have to get off sometime and there are a lot of thing to do with friends, siblings, family, and your pets ( maybe not if you have pet’s like a fish or reptile’s. ) If you have a dog or two like I do, I like to go on walks with my dog max and my brother. I like to go on fresh cool walks and tell my brother story’s, it helps open my head but not as much as swimming. When your head starts to hurt when your playing video games, get off and do a little walk, shower, swim or do something that does not involve a screen, (reading or walking helps the most and focus on something that doesn’t involve VIDEO GAMES! )
Your parents are probably like this, “ they strictly limit their children’s screen time, often banning all gadgets on school nights, and allocating ascetic time limits on weekends. “ I think your parents should let you on tech-devices after school if you don’t or finished your homework but I’m not saying that they shouldn’t limit your time on tech-devices, they should give you like 30 mins to an hour on school nights depending on what time it is.
— written by Luke D.
“Should Parents Limit How Much Time Children Spend on …” 2014. 5 Mar. 2015
“Steve Jobs Was a Low-Tech Parent – NYTimes.com.” 5 Mar. 2015