Each May we put down our screens and learn to enjoy the world as it is, digital free. Below are some of the things we've learnt along the way:
Zach: I enjoyed May Madness. I also found it difficult because we had to wait a very long time to go back on screens. Instead of going on screens I played football with Toby and with dinosaurs and cars, and I went to Drusillas and Dinos.
This May Madness I became a Christian. I also did lots of writing instead of going on screens.
Riley: I have enjoyed May Madness. I haven't found it difficult. Instead of going on screens I have done reading, and playing on the piano. I have learnt that screens addict and dig into your imagination but reading and playing help your imagination.
Toby: Has probably found it the hardest!
Mummy & Daddy: Have noticed happy children playing and reading more than usual and have less arguments with them - generally a happier household.
Zach: I haven't enjoyed May Madness because we couldn't go on screens and that was boring. Instead of going on screens i have used by imagination and gone on the trampoline. It has been difficult.
Riley: I have enjoyed May Madness. It's been good because you play more games like Molky as a family.
Toby: Toby has been better than last year although has asked for screens more than the others.
Mummy & Daddy: again we've noticed that the kids are more active, use their imaginations and play more together. We'd like to carry it on for longer!