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First Mobile Phone Rules For Teenagers

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In today's world, gadgets rule our lives and the lives of our children. In many households, there are not many rules on the usage of media by either adults or children. Kids often follow what their parents do, and unless parents themselves restrict their use of gadgets and have control over how much they use their mobile, children will not learn to do the same. 

It is an exciting time for a preteen when she gets her first mobile. But like everything else, this should also come with a cautionary advice. Give your child pointers on the etiquette of mobile usage. Our useful ClipBook help you do so.             

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