Dad and children playing at sunset by the beach

Screen-Free week occurs internationally on the 1st week of May every year since 1995 and parent's all around the world are taking part!

This year it is April 30 to May 6 2018.

But it's not an anti-technology movement as some may think.

It's actually a week that focuses on family time and free (unstructured) play for kids!

Now that sounds like fun doesn't it? Well it definitely is, and super rewarding too.

Which is why we are so excited about it and want you to share in the fun.

A child enjoying nature

So you might be wondering what Screen-Free week actually is and how you can take part?

Well what better way to summarise it all than in a handy infographic created by the guys over at

You can also find out additional information at and even download an organisers kit for your local school, childcare centre or community group.

So without further delay, let's take a closer look at what Screen-Free week is all about:

The Ultimate Screen-Free Week Infographic

This awesome infographic is courtesy of Screen-Free Parenting (

Screen-Free Week Infographic by

Wrapping It All Up

If this is your very first time I hope this was informative!

You can look forward to a week of replacing digital devices with family fun time or maybe some precious moments to yourself and your own thoughts.

Either way, it is a great thing to implement as part of your family's routine.

You can try to do it once a week, a month or on occasions where it'll be great to escape a little from the noise.

Now It's Your Turn

So that’s screen-free week in a nutshell.

I hope you enjoyed it!

Now I’d love to hear how you are going to get involved:

What activities are you thinking of doing?

Or maybe you have a question about something from the infographic?

Either way, let me know by leaving a quick comment below.


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