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Kids seem to crave technology!

Recent studies reveal children use electronic devices up to 7 hours per day and the leading experts are urging parents to reduce digital playtime. So Moms and Dads are looking for a way to limit screen time easily, without all the fuss.

Parents choose myScreenTime.

myScreenTime is a completely different way to limit screen time for kids.

This no-tech, hands-on approach offers several key advantages

Easy-to-Use

Establish daily allowance and simply exchange tokens for digital playtime.

Fun for Kids

Feels like a game which children quickly understand and eagerly play.

Ages 3 to 9

Perfect tool to start in early years and develop digital self-control for life.

Tracks Any Device

Tokens track time spent on any digital device you choose, anywhere your child goes.

Complete Solution

Works unconditionally, no restrictions, annoying setup, or monthly fees and the kit includes everything you need.

Educational

Leverage screen time by trading tokens to develop good behavior and to encourage a save-for-what-you-want mindset.

Why not use an app to limit screen time?

Parents are realizing smartphone apps only offer a partial solution and parental control options can be a challenge to set up and still not track all your family devices. Moms and Dads need a simpler, more complete solution.

Why Parents love myScreenTime

1.  Takes 2 minutes to set up
2.  Works with all devices even TV
3.  Includes everything you need
4.  Plays like a child's game
5.  Teaches good behavior
6.  Fits busy family routines
7.  Goes anywhere

Here's what doctors, teachers and experts say.

"myScreenTime is a very, very good program and I am honored to endorse it."

Dr. R. Bolnick, Clinical Psychologist

"Children and students that use myScreenTime have a better understanding of responsibilities and life choices."

J. Newquist, Kindergarten teacher

"My wife and I reviewed myScreenTime and believe it is a good reward system for children with high-functioning autism, Asperger's and ADHD."

J. Leon, The Autism Exchange

Introducing myScreenTime