How much time do parents spend on screens? As much as their teens
Making sure children only see age-appropriate content is another big challenge, parents say. That is something Cherylyn Harley LeBon, a writer, executive coach, strategist and mom of two, learned firsthand when her 12-year-old daughter was recently working on a journalism assignment. She had to research the big bad wolf of “The Little Red Riding Hood” story, but when she typed “big bad wolf” in her search engine, she didn‘t get what she was expecting. Instead, there were pictures of women scantily clad in “Little Red Riding Hood” outfits.