National Screen-Free WeekReduce Screen Time Tools and Resources
NIH. DHHS. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
NIH provides parent tips and handbooks, news stories, and curricula for reducing screen time.
Cooking with Kids
Offers an alternative to watching TV for you and your kids: Cooking!
Do More, Watch Less! TV/Screen Reduction Tool
CDPH. California Obesity Prevention Initiative.
Toolkit for after school programs and youth serving organizations to encourage tweens (ages 10-14) to incorporate more screen-free activities into their lives while reducing the time they spend watching TV, surfing the internet, and playing video games.
Limit Tube Time and Get Your Kids Moving!
American Heart Association.
Information to share with parents during National TV Turn-off Week: how to get the kids away from the tube and into alternative activities.