Children stuck at home are getting more screen time than ever
For David Krieger's kids in south Florida, screens were a weekend treat. Now, every day is iPad-appropriate.
The family's schedule tries to cap the fun time on screens for the two kids to an hour between their educational activities, both also on electronic displays: a Zoom reading class, and an online drawing session. But the limit never sticks. With two working parents, "it is a necessity," Krieger says.