72 percent of parents of children age 12 and under think their kids have less free time than they did growing up
Kids get an average of 30 minutes a day of unstructured time. As recently as the 1980s, kids had 2 hours a day.
73 percent of parents admit they schedule activities for their kids to minimize screen time, but kids can enjoy free time without screen time.
85 percent of parents think that structured activities like sports and arts lead to success for their kids later in life. But 84 percent of parents believe that free time leads to their children's overall happiness.
Experts say unstructured time for kids improves problem solving, health, conflict resolution, creativity, social wellbeing, and stress management.
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