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Set limits to avoid technology trap

9:17 PM, Feb. 28, 2013
Dominic Natzke, 4, plays an online game while his mother, Crystal, watches over at their home in De Pere.
Dominic Natzke, 4, plays an online game while his mother, Crystal, watches over at their home in De Pere.
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Crystal Natzke of De Pere is careful about how much time her boys spend on computers, tablets and other electronic devices.

"I don't want them to be on it a lot," said Natzke, 31, a mother of a 2- and 4-year-old.

Instead, she sets time limits with technology. For instance, her oldest is allowed to spend under two hours to play educational games on the computer during his afternoon downtime. In the evening, everything is off, and they are usually doing a family activity. ...

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