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Phones in lunch

by Maximilian N., Age 12 , Grade 7, St Francis of Assisi, louisville, KENTUCKY USA
Teacher: Mrs. Reinhardt

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Phones in lunch 

 

Why should kids have their phones out during lunch? Although school policy says that kids can’t use their phones during school. Students should be able to use their phones during lunch because the kids may want to play a game, they may want to talk to their family, the could also keep up with social media. If this the case this could change the idea of lunch. 

Some kids could host tournaments or have matches playing their favorite games on their phone. It would open a new way to see lunch. There would be some standard rules like no gore or no swearing games. Some friendly games are jetpack joyride, flappy golf, once upon a tower, and that just to name a few. The teacher could observe all of this and say when it is time to go. This would also help building relationships with friend by winning with them in games. 

What are some ways kids could use this communication? They could call or text their parents and ask how their day was going or what grade you got a test. The kids could also remind their parents about any special events that are coming up. The kids could text their friends or family they haven’t seen in a long time. 

Why would kids need social media? They need it to keep up with the news. Some places for social media are Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. These are just some examples to keep up with the news. 

These are the reason why could should have their phones during lunch. It would help stay up to date. It would build friendships and cooperate with other students. It would help keep kids in touch with their parents. But the main question is did this help explain my point. 

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