“We go to church. My child couldn’t possibly think like that!”
Do we as parents have the wool pulled over our eyes when it comes to the things our kids are filling their minds and hearts with today?
We’ve discussed the issues of teenage smartphone usage, as well as the faulty logic behind allowing them to own their own devices. What about the rest of society? Can a small minority really be in the right on this issue?
Today we continue our discussion on smartphone usage among teens. If you missed part I of this series, you can go back to read it, here.
Many of us use similar arguments to justify allowing teens to own a smartphone. What we fail to realize is that most of it is simply faulty logic.
Our culture is constantly pushing kids to develop skills with technology at earlier and earlier ages. Is this making them smarter, or is it actually delaying foundational skills?
Motor skills are crucial to life, and developed by doing, and playing. Is it possible that early introduction to technology is delaying these developments in children?