Electronic devices are addictive. TMA invites Texas families to pledge to Turn It Off Today, and take break from electronic devices. Reduce the amount of time you and your children spend staring at screens and replace those habits with healthy activities like physical activity, social interaction, reading, and “green time” (time outdoors).Menu - Turn It Off Today Materials:
Share your pledge via social media - during designated media time, of course!
Flyers and Pledge Cards
Turn It Off Today Flyer (PDF)
Turn It Off Today Pledge Card (PDF)
Community Outreach Toolkit
Turn It Off Today – Community Outreach Toolkit (PDF)
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