When you have a baby, a lot of parents ask how they can use their phones for play.
But for a lot more parents, a smartphone is the only way to communicate with their babies.
Now, there’s a new generation of parents who are trying to make this a reality.
The SmartPhone Kids, a collaboration between the Center for Media and the Center of Technology in the Arts, are trying a different approach: they’re encouraging kids to bring their smartphones with them to play.
The goal of the group is to get kids using the devices, so that they can get in on the fun of being in the moment.
“We want kids to be able to use phones to play,” said Sarah Zilberd, a program director at the Center.
Zilberk said the goal is to make it so that kids can experience what it is like to be in the world at the same time as they’re in the hospital, to share their excitement for their favorite activity, or to find an answer to a question.
For parents, the concept is simple: they need to make sure they have a smart phone, but they also need to be flexible and have some fun.
They can use it for music, video games, and other fun activities that are fun for all ages.
The idea is to have a fun and playful way to interact with their kids.
For Zilterd, the first thing is making sure that the kids are comfortable in their smartphones.
In the first two weeks, the children are able to bring the phones into the room, but the group still wants them to make a few adjustments, such as bringing their own lunch or playing with the phones.
The kids also need a little help to make the app work.
The Center is using the phone game to create awareness around the importance of keeping a device clean, using a cleaning kit and having a safe place to store the phones so they can’t get lost or stolen.
“It’s important to get them to see their phones as a safe space,” Zilberman said.
“If they can do it safely, they can be more open with each other, and they can interact more.”
In addition to the group, the Center is working with the parents of children who have special needs to help them set up a play space.
Some parents are going to have their phones in their hands to see how they are doing, while others will bring them in their room to give them an idea of what they are using their phones to do.
It’s the hope that these experiences can help the kids develop more of an appreciation for their phones.
To get kids involved, Zilberger and Zilker started a website that is open to kids in the United States and Canada.
They’re also creating an app that will allow kids to find other kids with the same needs to use it.
I think it’s important for kids to see that there are people out there who are interested in their needs and their needs are important to them,” Zillberg said.
This is part of the Center’s efforts to encourage kids to participate in the activities they love.