• Its a Really helpful tool

    Kids need these cell, phones for school, to reach parents and friends, and to help with home work. You can trust your kid/ kids in this because they need one. And you can also check there phone so to make sure there using it appropriately. So trust your kids!!! Let them have a phone

  • Trust Your Kids

    Yes, I feel strongly that kids need cell phones. For the 5th graders through middle school, it helps if they miss the bus, are approached by a stranger, have an issue and need to reach the parent's ... And besides the practicality, it teaches trust. Both of my kids have iPhones and I trust them to use them responsibly - and they do. If you make it tabu - and give them all sorts of strict rules ... They are inclined to experiment more because they are kids! Trust, monitor when needed and feel good because you can always reach them.

  • Yes, kids need cell phones.

    I think kids really do need cell phones. Cell phones are especially important when kids are in high school. They provide peace of mind for parents when teens start driving. Cell phones are an important communication tool for kids too. They enable them to text each other constantly. Of course, that can be a distraction, too!

  • Children having cell phones is insane.

    Children do not need cell phones. Who do they need to call? Most of the time these children are with their parents. When they are not, a responsible parent knows exactly where their children are at all times. This was unheard of fifteen or twenty years ago and most people grew up just fine. Cell phones for children are a waste of money.

  • A cell phone is a dangerous path for kids

    As you may or may not know cell phones give off cellular radiation. This is harmless to adults but has bad effects on kids under 16 (since their brain is not fully developed) it could stunt/alter/or change the path of growth for children. This could eventually lead to a brain tumor or even brain cancer, yes you are willing to trust your kid but are you willy to put it in danger

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