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Article  •  28 September 2016

 

Being online

Tips for parents and kids. 

Most girls aged 8 to 12 don’t need their own phone, and it’s illegal for them to use ‘social media’. But some girls seem to do nothing BUT stare at their phones. What’s the deal? Here’s what you need to know before getting a phone & letting loose online:

 

15 things parents need to know about phones, apps & being online

10 things kids need to know about phones, apps & being online


Girl Stuff 8–12 Kaz Cooke

Girl Stuff 8–12 is the essential younger girl's guide to puberty and the pre-teen years. Fully revised and updated edition 2019/2020

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