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My mom just wants to wait one more year of no-phone time just to reduce my exposion to phones. If your child is responsible, shows good character, has good grades, and displays a consistent level of maturity, you can give him or her their first phone.

Honestly, I think the right time to give a child a phone is when they are entering High School, about 9th Grade.

The age a child should get a phone depends on the child. The way to get a phone is to show how responsible you are, have good grades, organize time right.

If your child displays lots of maturity and you believe they will do the same with a phone, you can get them one. With me, I was the type of kid that had frequent meltdowns when I was younger, and I displayed maturity at times but it was inconsistent. And most of all, show your parents why you would need one.

I am getting a phone for middle school next year and my 11 yr old friend has a 8 which I think is crazy.

At my middle school you need a phone if you bike to school or get detention. I have had to go to the main office to call my mom and tell her that it is a half day multiple times and I am soooo sick of it. It is their future and you only get to control .25 of it. In conclusion, get it at the start of middle school Here is a good criteria set: Ask yourself: “Is my child/teen involved in a lot of afterschool activities? ” If this is so, you may want to get your child a phone for safety.

I did not have a phone until I was in 7th grade, my parents gave me it for safety reasons.

Hi, I'm 14 years old and don't have a phone. I'm the only one in my friend group without one, only kid on the bus without one and one of the very few in my school that doesn't have one. but my parents say that you have to be at least in 6th grade to get a phone, and one year I wanted one for Christmas.

Parents really need to consider whether their kids are ready to use their phones responsibly and respectfully.

If you think your kids' technological savvy is greater than their ability to use it wisely, pay attention to the gap.

But after a year of my phone being in perefect condition my parents decided to get me a i Phone 6 plus (which was around 0 at the time) and I took good care of that to.

Then around a year and a half later I got the i Phone 7 plus (which was around 0 at the time) and then now a few months ago I got the

Then around a year and a half later I got the i Phone 7 plus (which was around $860 at the time) and then now a few months ago I got the $1,000 Galaxy note 8 (I'm 13 at this time).

Eventually, I realised I needed to grow up, and I picked up my game. If you think your child can handle a phone, give him one. Start off with something simple like an Android, then if they trust you with that they will probably give you newer phones as you get older.

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Then around a year and a half later I got the i Phone 7 plus (which was around $860 at the time) and then now a few months ago I got the $1,000 Galaxy note 8 (I'm 13 at this time).Eventually, I realised I needed to grow up, and I picked up my game. If you think your child can handle a phone, give him one. Start off with something simple like an Android, then if they trust you with that they will probably give you newer phones as you get older.

,000 Galaxy note 8 (I'm 13 at this time).

Eventually, I realised I needed to grow up, and I picked up my game. If you think your child can handle a phone, give him one. Start off with something simple like an Android, then if they trust you with that they will probably give you newer phones as you get older.

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