The management of children\’s mobile phones has become an issue that many schools and families attach great importance to. Unable to resist the temptation, using mobile phones leads to poor performance, irritable mood, and parent-child disharmony. Regarding what effective methods are available for mobile phone management, and how parents can make specific agreements with their children, let’s take a look at this teacher’s suggestions. Why are mobile games so popular among teenagers and children? 1. The rise of smart phones heralds the heyday of a new media era enabled by mobile terminals. Almost all members of society, families, and schools are mobile phone users, and more and more people are showing signs of mobile phone dependence. . 2. The Internet and smartphones have penetrated into every aspect of children’s lives. Playing games is not the original sin. The key to the problem is that children’s leisure activities are too monotonous, they have no time to play, and they don’t know how to play, so they regard the Internet and mobile games as toys instead of tools. 3. Mobile games satisfy children’s value needs that cannot be realized in reality. Game designers know how to grasp the inner needs of teenagers better than parents. Many gameplays and designs are derived from life, and are even clearer and easier to realize than reality. What harm will addiction to mobile games bring to children? 1. Affects physical health. Playing games with a mobile phone for a long time can damage children\’s vision, cause blindness, and affect children\’s cervical vertebrae. Children who are addicted to smartphones often show a negative attitude towards exercise, resulting in low exercise ability, which in turn affects the child\’s growth and development. 2. Lead to abnormal behavior Mobile games can always be with the player and are easily accessible. The generalized virtual world in the game allows players to enjoy a closed \”game scene sense\” after isolating real life. The embedded nature of the game rules makes players feel that individuals are independently controlling their body and mind. Mobile games involve players physically and mentally, making them unable to extricate themselves, causing them to unconsciously engage in \”physical and mental collapse\” behavior. Over time, they will show abnormal states such as trance, withdrawal, and disorder. 3. Damage to brain nerves The electromagnetic wave radiation produced by wireless devices such as mobile phones and tablet computers is far more harmful to children\’s nervous systems than adults. Excessive exposure to electromagnetic wave radiation will have a certain impact on children\’s health and cognition. 4. Delay children\’s learning and finding solace in the online world: They are accustomed to the relaxing and pleasant information brought by mobile phones, and feel bored with learning, and their academic performance declines. After being criticized, they need to find solace in the mobile phone network, forming a vicious circle, and children gradually lose their thirst for knowledge. Desire, resulting in a feeling of being tired of learning. Convenient query method: Many children encounter learning difficulties and are unwilling to think deeply and search for answers directly on their mobile phones, which leads to a decrease in cognitive and thinking abilities and inertia in thinking. 5. Causes sleep disorders. A US health agency conducted a study on the impact of mobile phone light and daily lighting on children\’s sleep: ten children were asked to enter two rooms respectively. The children in one room fell asleep after watching TV. After 28 minutes, and children who played with smartphones in another room generally fell asleep after 39 minutes (of course, it is not recommended for children to watch TV before going to bed). The short-wave blue light emitted by the mobile phone screen is highly irritating to the human retina, and it is often exposed to thisUnder such light, melatonin secretion will be suppressed, making it very difficult to fall asleep. Children from four types of families are prone to addiction: A survey by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences \”Youth Internet Literacy Education Reader\” shows that the commonality of these four types of families is that they all adopt a neglectful and authoritarian parenting model, which leads to parents The intimacy with the children is reduced, the parents cannot see the needs of the children, and the children think that the parents do not understand them. The more indifferent and strict the control, the easier it is for children to become addicted to mobile games. Stay away from mobile games, how should you intervene? 1-3 years old: Try not to let children have access to mobile phones. Parents try not to play with mobile phones in front of their children, interact more with their children, and spend quality time with their children; parents refuse to download any games on their mobile phones to prevent children from asking for mobile phone play due to game addiction; if If children are curious about mobile phones, you can demonstrate to them how to make phone calls, send voice messages, take photos, etc. to establish their correct understanding of the uses of mobile phones. 3-6 years old: Try to keep children away from mobile games. De-entertain the mobile phones of parents and family members, that is, delete games, music, videos and other apps that may attract children; actively cultivate children\’s reading habits and read more children\’s picture books with their children; Enrich children’s life experiences, take them out to experience nature more often, and encourage children to make more friends. 7-12 years old: It is not appropriate to forcefully suppress the problem of mobile phones. Negotiate with children to set the length and frequency of playing with mobile phones as rules that must be followed. If violated, you must be punished; parents should be aware of their own emotions and motivations, and the goal is to \”stop playing with children.\” \”Mobile Game\” allows children to express dissatisfaction such as talking back, crying, etc.; parents should try to understand their children\’s feelings and positions. Suggestions for parents 1. To enrich family life, parents should help their children create as many opportunities as possible to communicate with peers and nature. They should have a variety of family parent-child activities, such as reading, walking, exercising, going to movie theaters, museums, or restaurants. Good food, even cleaning and cooking together at home. These experiences can bring children a sense of pleasure, beauty, achievement, adventure and excitement. 2. Prevent children from owning mobile phones too early. It is recommended not to hand mobile phones into the hands of children under 12 years old. Children under the age of 12 have very unstable views and are easily affected by bad information online. Having a smartphone means that a child can be free from parental supervision and use these functions anytime and anywhere. This is a very scary thing for minors who lack discrimination and self-control. Parents are like a child\’s immune system; if compromised, harm can creep in and ultimately cause destruction. 3. Instruct children to use mobile phones correctly. If a child has a smartphone of his own, it is important as a parent to guide his children to use mobile phones correctly, establish rules for mobile phone use, and firmly implement them. Tell your children to use mobile phones healthily and not to play with them in the dark. When using mobile phones, try to turn on the lights in the room; the time spent playing with mobile phones should not be too long; when sleeping, do not put mobile phones under the pillow to prevent mobile phone radiation from harming the head; Do not carry your cell phone in your front pants pocket as this poses a potential radiation risk to the reproductive system. Tell your children that there is a limit to the time they can use mobile phones and they should control it every day.The amount of time children spend playing with their mobile phones should not be left to chance. Make it clear that you must put down your mobile phone at several points: do not touch your mobile phone when eating; do not use your mobile phone when doing homework; do not look at your mobile phone when communicating with parents and peers; do not hold your mobile phone when walking; do not play with your mobile phone before going to bed. Tell children that they need to learn to protect themselves when using mobile phones. The online world is not a pure land. All kinds of information are good and bad, and all kinds of temptations and traps are everywhere. If you are not careful, you may fall into it and cause serious harm to your child. Guide children to protect their privacy and at the same time guide them to consciously resist the infringement of bad information and enhance their awareness of prevention and self-discipline when surfing the Internet.