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Elementary kids shouldnt have phone

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Started: 1/23/2018 Category: Technology
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Should 3rd grader really have phone thses day. are they old enough or what?


Nowadays, most of the information available can be accesed through the internet. People from all over the world can share their knowledge through these platforms. We are talking about a device that fits in your pocket, that with a connection to the internet, can provide unlimited information from more than one trustworthy source. Elementary school is a stage of a kids education where a child begins to incorporate tecnology into their studies. Tecnology becomes essential to their education.
Kids towards the end of their elementary school education begin to be more independent. They are now capable of making friends and making plans with them on their own. Now the child does not depend on a parent to organize any out of school gatherings with close friends. A telephone is a way to communicate with these friends.
Finally, as the kid gains independence, they might be walking home alone, or doing other activities without their parents, a telephone allows a method of communication in between the child and the parents.
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