Trade in these Child Screen Time Ticket for entertainment on video games, the computer, tablets, smartphones or even watching television. These printables are a great kid incentives, moving responsibility from the parent to the child!
Screen Time Tickets Printables
I recently saw a meme about when you tell a child their screen time is over. The meme was pretty much depicting a grown man in a toddler fit. No matter the age of your child, I am sure we can all relate the the temper once screen time has been declared done.
Two things that I have found helpful in my own struggle with screen time, are giving the children control and also letting the child know how much time they will have beforehand. They are not caught off guard when time is officially up because they became “playing” knowing they only had x number of minutes. While this has not solved all my parenting problems, holding true to these two tips has been really helpful.
When our kids get screen time, they give Alexa an alarm to go off when their time is up. This allows me to not keep track of time and also gives them their own responsibility to monitor their time and get off when their time is up. Before beginning their game, they say “Alexa, tell me when 30 minutes is up” …and that is what she does! You can also work on Alexa giving them a 25 minute reminder, in addition, so they know they need to wind down where they are in the game.
In this pack of Screen Time Tickets, we included a ticket for five minutes, ten , fifteen, thirty, and sixty minutes. We also included a golden ticket for you to use as you see fit. Perhaps a day of unlimited screen time for good behavior. You can combine tickets if your child needs one of the numbers not included in this set.
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I like to order my prints at Staples. It saves on ink and is only a few short miles from my home. I pick-up at the store, but of course you can upload them online and then have them shipped to your home.I
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- Download and save your image from this post. (Please note these images are for personal use only and cannot be sold or used for commercial use.)
- Sign in or create a Staples account on their print service page.
- Return to Staples print service page.
- Go to Start Project.
- Go to Documents Printing. Select Browse.
- Select the Buy Now Button under color.
- On the left column, choose add file.
- Select upload.
- Select done.
- Give your job a name.
- Make sure your project is single sided. The orientation should be portrait.
- I changed my media to 8.5×10 and the media to 67 lb cover stock (I prefer a card stock feel over printer paper feel.)
- Select add to cart.
- Proceed to checkout. You can choose to ship to your home or to pick up at your local store. Pay online and show your invoice when you pick up (I just show the order number on my phone at pick-up.) The order invoice will arrive in your email inbox.
*Note: these Staple print service steps were added in Winter 2019 The directions may change as the website changes. They should give you a general outline of how to upload and order a print on Staples.com.
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