Why do cell phones help teach kids responsibility?
Because it can help them show how to use there min. and texts limit and it shows that you are allowing them to have things but it can be taken away! + you can say if they do something wrong like not doing homework you can ground them....trust me no kid likes there cell phone taken away!!! (btw im a kid!!! haha)
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Show your parents you're responsible enough to have one.
yes! for emergency and if someone is trying to kill your kids! maybe you can check out spyro the dragon your kids will love him!!!!!!!
Yes, children of all ages can feel safe when playing outside or just walking home from school. Also, children might be worried that they might get their phone taken away if th…eir grades slip down. Most kids like to talk or just communicate with their friends even if their not with them. Whatever the age kids everywhere across the world are learning responsibility, safety, and socail use.
If the kid trains it, they have a feeling that it is their job and if they don't do it that someone else will have to take over the responsibility. Kids don't like that.
well, because if they walk home from school alone they will need a cell phone incase of an emergency.......and for medical reasons if they have medical problems cell phone …are useful for getting a hold of 911 operators and parents if the payphone cannot be used. Plus text messaging can be delivered if the child cannot address the issue to the guardians when it is too noisy in the background to speak on the phone. I think kids should only have phones if they are mature and get that exercise and school is more important than texting and playing games on the phone. I think kids should not have to be pulled away from their phones and it is bad for the eye and education! :) Text and Phone bills are pretty heavy!
Simple. Just use it less and don't get addicted to it so that your personal life or your education does get effected by it.
for a young kid or teen its having something to think about. its remembering not to forget you r phone- is it charged- did someone call or text- its a constant reminder to hav…e. its also perfect for those situations where the kids or teen wont have the answer to solve it- can i go to my friends house? or can i go to this party? .. they will more than likely call a guardian and it teaches the that its good to ask, and they will because it over the phone its not so confrontational.
Yes it does teach responsibility, but too much of it can be stress for all students of age and size.
Some children can handle the responsibility, as long as you show them you trust them with it. You would probably be best with a child 13 and over, possibly 11,or 12 if you h…ave seen them be responsible with other things.
It depends on the kind of cell phone that a kid is using and how he is being guided on his cell phone use. Kids are naturally explorative so it is more ideal for them to get a… simple cell phone with basic functions. They don't need a cell phone with advanced features yet as they are not responsible enough to use them properly and with care. As well, it is important for parents to guide their kids on their cell phone use to protect from misusing the device.
It depends but most about 12 years old or 13!! It really depends. Some kids get them as low as seven years old. It all depends on the parents, and if the child needs one. For… instance, if a child walks far to many places, like school, all by themselves, I personally think they should have a cell phone just in case of emergency. If a child walks or gets dropped off and picked up from school, I don't think a cell phone is neccesary.
Kajeet does have kids cell phones that come with many features such as GPS, feature manager, time limiting controls, and other features. This allows parents to help keep track… of their child's cell phone use.
Well when it comes to taking care of a cell phone it is not like a person or animal. The child needs to be able to keep up with it and not get it in water and to turn it off w…hen necessary and things like that. I think that having a cell phone is a great opportunity to teach your kids responsibility.
I think because the kids always see their friends on their phone and it's "cool" I know when I was 11, which was 3 years ago, EVERYONE was considered cool if you had a"flip" p…hone...!