Simple, natural, present : Let kids take a break from technology

Kids are surrounded by the wonders of technology, and taking a mind-relieving break from it promotes better use and positive thinking.

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I love technology, education, family, ocean destination traveling, the environment,  social connections enhanced by technology, and so much more. All of this is possible because of technology and continual research and advancement. 

By allowing our students to create, get messy, explore, tinker, and be themselves without the pressure and interruption of digital technology for most of the day, we are enhancing students' abilities to actually create and seek out positive connections on-line that transfer to real-life connections.

Gentle coaching and behavioral influencers in non-tech, social environments are the key to reaching our outliers and bringing students to their potentials.

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Its important to take a break after a lot of work. Kids who do more work under a company they must need a break to make their mind relax and become in normal condition. Its mostly happen when site is not giving them time to stay or tell them to complete their work.