BECAUSE CHILDHOOD MATTERS.
Are kids today more attached to their screens or their parents?
In the book Screen Kids (co-authored with Dr. Gary Chapman), Arlene Pellicane explains what screen time is doing to the brain, the negative emotional effects of social media and the addictive nature of most video games.
What was happening in her own home?
Can a kid or teen make it socially without a phone, video games, or social media? Arlene's kids tell all in their own words.
WHEN PARENTS WATCH this film, you will be educated about what is possible and why your kids don't have to follow the crowd to digital addiction.
WHEN KIDS WATCH, they'll see there's much more to life than YouTube, video games, and TikTok.
Ethan, the firstborn
Loves playing dramatic movie scores on the piano, chess, skiing, mountain biking, ultimate frisbee, 3D printing nerf guns, and more. Our future engineer with a big heart.
Noelle, happy in the middle
Keeps the library in business with her stacks of fiction, non-fiction, and comic books. Loves tennis, music, movies, and cardistry. Natural leader who is a great problem solver. Compassionate and kind.
Lucy, the baby of the family
Dog trainer, horse rider, Dude Perfect fan, painter, sculptor, kids ministry volunteer, youth group leader, and creative florist. Brings joy everywhere she goes.
SCREEN KIDS: IN THEIR OWN WORDS is ideal for small groups, churches, schools or homes.
BONUS FEATURES BELOW:
Shorter kid/teen version (17 min)
Extended version (42 min)
"My friends don't normally ask me about video games. They ask me how I live without a phone."
- Ethan Pellicane (when high school senior)
GET ARLENE'S FREE HAPPY HOME BUNDLE!
Includes reading list for kids, tech reset plan, holiday ideas, and much more!