Struggled to introduce Screen Time to your kids? Check out the Family Screen Time Pact

by Screen Time Team on 28/10/2016

We get constant feedback from parents about how beneficial the screen time app has been to their children and family as a whole. These compliments often come with: “After the initial arguments”.

So we are here to help. We have developed a fun way to help you, the parent, introduce Screen Time to the family. It comes in the form of ‘Our Family Screen Time Pact’ – a simple contract between parent and child on the use of mobile devices to help your children understand that small but complicated word – Why?

But be warned, it’s a two way street, what you ask your kids to do, you too need to adhere to.

It’s designed to be printed and stuck to the fridge, this way it will stay present as a reminder to all. We’ll leave the penalty for breaking the pact up to you… and your kids!

Download the Family Screen Time Pact

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  • Efrat Mengesha - 24/11/2017 reply

    Thank you good job

  • Andrés Maccio - 28/12/2016 reply

    Please make a copy in Spanish!

    Oli - 30/12/2016 reply

    Hey Andrés, we already have Screen Time translated into Spanish. On your child’s device the translation should happen automatically, on your device you will need to change the language settings by following these steps.

    Andrés Maccio - 30/12/2016 reply

    I’m talking about the Family Screen Time Pact sign

    Oli - 30/12/2016 reply

    Ah right, yeah that’s on our list of things to do. I’ll be in touch when it’s translated.

    Alexander Shopov - 20/11/2017

    I would recommendi making this a template so parents can print
    their own. As you have already done – there is a place for additional

    Dmitry Romanov - 30/01/2018

    It would be great to have the contract translated for all languages which ScreenTime itself is translated to.
    Making a template – a great idea, which could address the translation to more languages as well.

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