Okay the babe happens to be my 10 year old Grandson. One day after school this week he asked to use my computer, to show me something.
The first thing he did was to ask, "Is this Google chrome"? "Yes", I replied. He immediately signed me out and signed himself in. He logged into his school's web page and then onto his page, using his password.
He brought up the start of the document below. It had the first paragraph. He then proceed to type away. He didn't finish his report at my house, but when I went back to my computer he had signed out of google chrome.
Anyone Who Thinks Kids Should Not Have Phones, Read This!
Bzz. Bzz. Kids should have phones because kids need a way to contact
parents. Games would keep kids quiet. Also if all of the computers at home
were full, your child could use your phone to search. Ding! Ding! One
First of all, some kids need a way to contact parents because what if
your child was at a friends house and something happened? What would your
child do? Also, if your child forgot your numbers they could use the
phone's call list. What would you do if your child didn't have a phone and
they needed to contact someone?
Reason number two is that games could keep your kids quiet. What if you
were on a long trip and your kids were complaining? You could just tell
them to play on their phones. Also, if you had a phone call, their phones
would keep them quiet while you talked.
The last reason is kids could search the Internet on their phones. If all
of the computers at home are full, your child could search on their phone.
Also, it would leave a computer open for someone else to use.
In conclusion, kids should have phones in fourth grade and older. My
reasons again are kids need a way to contact parents. Another one is games
could keep kids quiet. The last one is kids could search on their phones
instead of using the computer. Does your child have a phone?
Essay by: Brady Tappel
The next night, his Dad sent us his essay!
Amazing at 10 years old. I mean could you even type on a typewriter at that age? Of course if there was a computer when you were 10, it took up an entire room.
Brady, Grandma is very proud of you. Maybe Dad will buy you a cell phone. If I did, I'd never live it down. Your aunt Sarah didn't get one until she was a senior in high school!
Love you Brady!!