However, if you give them a phone your previously owned, and it is an i Phone, consider getting a battery replacement first to make it run good (it’s only ).The age a child should get a phone depends on the child. The way to get a phone is to show how responsible you are, have good grades, organize time right.Parents really need to consider whether their kids are ready to use their phones responsibly and respectfully.If you think your kids' technological savvy is greater than their ability to use it wisely, pay attention to the gap. I really never asked for one because I never needed one.
and about middle school I was staying home a lot with my sister so i needed it to call my parents anytime i need to.
If your child displays lots of maturity and you believe they will do the same with a phone, you can get them one. With me, I was the type of kid that had frequent meltdowns when I was younger, and I displayed maturity at times but it was inconsistent. And most of all, show your parents why you would need one.
Eventually, I realised I needed to grow up, and I picked up my game. If you think your child can handle a phone, give him one. Start off with something simple like an Android, then if they trust you with that they will probably give you newer phones as you get older.
This fueled my persuasion skills even more, and I made elaborate presentations about the i Phone and why I should deserve one. Using the test and not searching up or asking for answers, developed by a psychologist, I scored an unbeaten(at my school) 97%.
This gave substantial evidence, however this did not get me a phone.