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You could win 1 of 10 copies of 10 books Raymond The Raccoon Misses His Friends (valued at $28 each).

Worried about your child’s screentime? This book can help!

Raymond The Raccoon Misses His Friends is an educational book created to assist teachers and parents in facilitating productive conversations around building healthy screentime habits. It is purposefully designed using pedagogical strategies to teach children the importance of disengaging from screens.

Follow Raymond, a loveable raccoon, on a quest through the woods as he experiences some of the harsh realities involved in a culture dominated by screen obsession. Through following Raymond’s quest, children discover that their health, wellbeing, and friendships can be greatly improved by disconnecting from screens and reengaging with the real world.

Includes ‘how to’ section to guide conversations about the importance of balancing screentime.

We have partnered with charities, so that for every copy sold, another is donated to an Australian child.

See more information at www.raymondtheraccoon.com.au
Or follow us on Instagram @raymondtheraccoon

Please note this competition is open from 3 June 2021 until 4 July 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. S. UnderhillNSW
  2. S. ErakVIC
  3. S. SorgiovanniWA
  4. M. HutchinsonVIC
  5. A. MattiuzzoNSW
  6. C. LVIC
  7. C. LagesseWA
  8. V. FraserVIC
  9. E. SmithVIC
  10. F. MoroucoNSW
  • Roughly 10 hours a week just depends on whether it’s for homework or just play.

  • My teenagers are allowed 2hours per day

  • To be honest, preferably none!

  • 30 minutes a day probably. But COVID makes the balance to much harder.

  • Personally my children have 28hrs of screen time except tv and I believe every child is different and screen time is every individual parent’s decision

  • Less than 10 hours per week as life is too precious to be mesmerised by a screen,

  • No more than 1 to 2 hours ago. Ideally less than 10 hours a week, but not every week is the same and some days you just need a little extra for whatever reason has arisen.

  • No more than 4 hours of age appropriate material.

  • Nothing riles a parent quite like this question!! I consider screen time to include tv, phones, iPads etc. I’d love to only allow one hour per day access. Having said that we currently double or triple that per day unfortunately.

  • I think this is highly dependent on the individual child and family circumstances. I don’t have children yet, though am a psychologist working with children and would love to use this book with young ones in my practice.

  • 7hrs per week. A little TV doesn’t hurt. Plenty to learn and lots of great videos to dance along to.

  • Depends on ages, but with screens being used during their school day I think alltogether about 30 hours a week.

  • depends on the week.
    maybe 10-15 hours

  • An hour on weekdays except for homework and two hours on saturday and sunday I really want my grandkids to stay active I think getting out and having fun is good for them

  • probably only 6 hours per week is enough but it will probably be more like 10

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