My children got a few new game for their birthday and tonight they wanted to play Clue Harry Potter edition. So their father read the direction and we all played it. It was fun!
I hope you do have those game night in your home.
I would also like to share with you those tips to screen-proof your home:
1- Rearrange the furniture. Turn your living room and family room into places for interaction, games and conversation, not mini theaters.
2. Make children’s bedrooms.
3. After Screen-Free Week, set consistent limits about children’s screen-time.
• No more than 2 hours per day on weekends and no recreational screens during the school/work week would be great.
And remember, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no screen time for babies
and toddlers under age 2.
4. Set limits on your own screen time. The example you set is as important as your rules.
5. Institute screen-free (and phone-free) meals. Talk, laugh, tell stories, and enjoy your food.
6. Try not to rely on screens as a babysitter.
7. Involve children in household chores, projects, and meal preparation.
8. Designate at least one day each week as Family Screen-Free Day