Tuesday, July 2: Smartphones & Kids

Smartphones & Kids

When: TODAY, Tuesday, July 2, 2019
8:00 – 9:00 pm ET
5:00 – 6:00 pm PT
Join Liz (@WestNewYorker), and the #JustKidsPlan team at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) on Tuesday, July 2 as we chat about
Smartphones & Kids!
 What’s the right age for a child to get a first smartphone?
Should kids have access to smartphones in the classroom?
Should parents monitor smartphone activity?
Is a family plan the best way to go with kids in the house?
Smartphones provide undoubted benefits but they can also present difficult choices for both parents and children. Join us as we look at the pros and cons of putting smartphones in the hands of tweens and teens, and share some tips on how to make the transition to a multi-phone household as easy as possible!
RSVP and attend the chat for a chance to win a brand new iPad!
Click here to learn more about our Twitter chats. (You must RSVP and attend the party to be eligible for a prize.)
To RSVP:
  1. Email RSVP@theonlinemom.com (subject line: JustKidsPlan) indicating your Twitter ID.
  2. Spread the word and RT this link on your Twitter feed: https://bit.ly/2IO8l7P
  3. Join us on TweetDeck or HootSuite (#JustKidsPlan) on Tuesday, July 2 between 8:00 – 9:00 pm ET.
  4. Tell your Twitter followers!
PRIZE WINNERS will be announced during the Party!

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