30 minute technology tickets and rules (I personally think 7 hours a week is a lot so would probably revamp that when our kids start watching TV someday)

30 minute technology tickets and rules (I personally think 7 hours a week is a lot so would probably revamp that when our kids start watching TV someday)

Near Normalcy: Tech Tickets; or, how to pry the video game controller out of your kid's deformed, claw-like hands

Near Normalcy: Tech Tickets; or, how to pry the video game controller out of your kid's deformed, claw-like hands

This ONE simple trick will reduce your child's screen time with no tears or tantrums! Completely changed our lives for the better! (Free Printable Technology Tickets)

This ONE simple trick will reduce your child's screen time with no tears or tantrums! Completely changed our lives for the better! (Free Printable Technology Tickets)

Creative way to limit your child's screen time with technology tickets. Free template download.

Limit Screen Time with Technology Tickets - Free Printable!

Creative way to limit your child's screen time with technology tickets. Free template download.

This ONE simple trick will reduce your child's screen time with no tears or tantrums! Completely changed our lives for the better! (Free Printable Technology Tickets)

This ONE simple trick will reduce your child's screen time with no tears or tantrums! Completely changed our lives for the better! (Free Printable Technology Tickets)

reward ticket for completing chores.  I'm a fan of extrinsic motivators in young children. [psychologists suggest that semi-random reward patterns teach kids to do something to get it done, whereas constant rewards (i.e., bribes) teach them how to do something for the prize. This is a nice way to teach kids that satisfying feeling from just checking things off the ol' To-Do List!]

Free Printable Chore & Tech Time Tickets

reward ticket for completing chores. I'm a fan of extrinsic motivators in young children. [psychologists suggest that semi-random reward patterns teach kids to do something to get it done, whereas constant rewards (i.e., bribes) teach them how to do something for the prize. This is a nice way to teach kids that satisfying feeling from just checking things off the ol' To-Do List!]

How We Reduced Screen Time with NO Tears or Tantrums! (Free Printable Technology Tickets) | Making Lemonade

How We Reduced Screen Time with NO Tears or Tantrums! (Free Printable Technology Tickets) | Making Lemonade

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