Too Much Technology By: reagan Scott

Parents allowing their children to have phones at such a young age causes the child to become used to having a phone around and always relying on it for entertainment whether alone or with others.
Even in a large crowd of people, one can be more drawn to a small device rather than forming relationships and making memories with those who are around.

Although this child looks as if he is outside where he should be playing with his friends, he is instead standing alone, indulging himself into whatever is on the phone.

The girl is sitting outdoors on a park bench yet she is still focused only on her phone, avoiding the scenery and any possible social interaction.

This young girl is obviously not caring about anything at this moment besides what is on her phone screen.

The best way for the parents to fix this problem is to put their phones down, take their children outside, and have fun and play with their children.

Credits:

Created with images by StartupStockPhotos - "smartphone iphone apple inc" • tinkerbrad - "iPhone work" • Liam McHenry - "Mum, child and phone" • r.nial.bradshaw - "child-girl-screen-time.jpg" • Honza Soukup - "Luboš..." • midgley.derek - "Finger time" • Saucy Salad - "North Easterly" • tom_bream07 - "Texting in the Park" • r.nial.bradshaw - "texting-girl-portrait.jpg" • miss pupik - "ע-ר-מ-ת י-ל-ד-י-ם!"

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