Our wooden "screen time" tokens are a fun tangible way for kids to realize how much time they are spending on screens. There are 12 wooden token in a pack. Each wooden coin is screen printed and built to last.
Our wooden "screen time" tokens are a fun tangible way for kids to realize how much time they are spending on screens. There are 12 wooden token in a pack. Each wooden coin is screen printed and built to last. The wooden "screen time tokens" are the perfect way to give your kids a digital allowance and teach them the importance of how much time they spend on screens. Use these wooden "screen time tokens" as a reward system for doing chores. It also teaches them about the importance of limiting their screen time.
$8.00

Introducing: Screen Time Tokens! 

Now that school is out for summer, we needed a way to keep our kids accountable for and aware of the time spent on screens. Here's how we use them in our family: Each day, the kids get 2 tokens per day for completing their morning responsibilities (breakfast, cleaning rooms, reading, math worksheet, chores). After their "morning work" is completed, they can decide when they'd like to use their screen time. They turn in their tokens, set a timer for the amount of time they're using and go for it! Once the timer beeps, they know their time is up. If they'd like to earn more screen time, they can complete one of the tasks on our list to earn more time. We also have a list of things that can cause them to lose tokens. So far our new system has been working wonderfully! 

Use these screen time tokens as a "digital allowance" or as a reward system, or combine the two methods, like we do, to find what works best for your family. With this tangible way to "earn" and "spend" screen time, kids gain a better understanding of amount of time they spend on digital devices. 

  • 12 Tokens per set (3 hours)
  • Screen Printed Wooden Coing
  • Each token is approx 1.5" diameter
  • Made in the USA

Please Note: Due to the nature of the printing process, slight abnormalities, or alignment fluctuations may be present. In other words: these coins aren't perfect –– but neither are we, right?!?