Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Giveaway - AT&T Mobile Safety School & A Chance to Win A $50 VISA Gift Card
We've been having the "when can I get a cell phone?" conversation for a few years now. My kids see it as a "when" rather than an "if". And I have to admit, while I thought 11 was a bit too young, there have been definite times when I am glad Ryan has a phone. We got him one over the summer, a couple months before his 12th birthday. Complete with rules we expect him to follow.
Some of his friends have had them for a few years already, and I readily admit that the exposure it offers him freaks me out at times. He's a good kid. He's a smart kid. He has tech-savvy parents. But sh*t happens - right?
How do we protect our kids while teaching them to use this technology responsibly? How do we help them make good choices?
If you are a parent (or grandparent, or aunt, or cousin) of a tween or teen, you know that there are REAL issues that kids face today when it comes to mobile phones. Issues like bullying, privacy, over-usage, texting while driving and MORE.
AT&T has made a commitment to be a leader in providing education, resources and tools to help families better manage their mobile safety. And I am happy to be working with them to share this information with you.
If you are interested in learning more, AT&T is offering the opportunity to attend a virtual Mobile Safety School lesson, to one of my readers - along with a $50 VISA Gift Card (you do NOT have to be an AT&T customer!)
The Virtual Mobile Safety School schedule is as follows:
Oct 23 at 1p ET - mobile safety for kids 8-11
Oct 24 at 1p ET - mobile safety for kids 12-14
Oct 25 at 1p ET - mobile safety for kids 15-17
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catch you soon -
note- The Motherhood, on behalf of AT&T, provided me with the information for this post. They are also offering free product(s) to give away to a reader. As always, all opinions expressed are my very own.
Written By: Hillary Chybinski
I'm Hillary - a wife, mom, Lifestyle Blogger, Social Media Strategist, crafter, reader and dreamer. This is my slice of the web where I share ideas and inspiration for living a simple, casual life. Find posts about adventure, family, food, home, style and more.