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You may need to say, "No, not yet." But Here are some questions to consider: I am 17 years old and I just got a new phone , I Phone 8, I have always had the older phones of my friends but I kept waiting cause I knew one day I would get a newer phone.
I had the 5s for 3 years ( that was after the 6 came out ) and yes I will be honest I complained about it but it was okay.
This fueled my persuasion skills even more, and I made elaborate presentations about the i Phone and why I should deserve one. Using the test and not searching up or asking for answers, developed by a psychologist, I scored an unbeaten(at my school) 97%.
This gave substantial evidence, however this did not get me a phone.
What it did give me was that my mom finally accepted that I was mature and responsible enough for a phone, which I will be given in 9th grade.
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.
The right age to give kids their first cell phone is really up to parents.
Just go with whatever phone your parents give you and when you get old enough , get a job and work for a new phone .Does the child's belongings or school equipment ever get lost? As my grades kept getting higher each marking period, my Dad decided to get me a Christmas gift. I never really knew of social media until 6th grade.Do you think the child is old enough to consult their parents on a phone? Once again, I was really never focused on the idea of having a phone like other kids do. I got introduced to it by my many friends that I had.My grades throughout 6th grade were PERFECT and all of my other friends weren't AS good.I'm not saying the reason they don't have as good grades as me is because they have a phone. I think a good age to have a phone is in 9th grade, when you will have more reasons to use a phone and contact people since you are more dependent, reliable, and mature.(F)I am starting my 8th year of school here, and I do not have a phone.
Honestly, I think the right time to give a child a phone is when they are entering High School, about 9th Grade.