15 May 2007

Print your own "screen time" tickets

Screen time tickets

Prompted by Mel's ticket-for-TV-time hack, John of Flagrant Disregard, fd's Flickr Toys, and LetterPop fame designed these lovely tickets. Even better, he's made them available for download and printing! Awesome.


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Oh, awesome. I am planning a "Chores for Screen Time" bartering program this summer for my 11-year-old, and these will be perfect.

Thank you, John! You just saved me time and energy. This is awesome!

I bought a roll of raffle tickets from Office Depot (2000 tickets for $4) and use those for TV time for our 4 year old son. Each ticket is worth 15 minutes. When my daughter gets up old enough to use the tickets, we'll get another roll in a different color We recycle them each night, and since we have so many, I'm getting my friends hooked on this idea and sharing our supply and this great hack!

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