It can be difficult to keep up with the apps that your child is using on their smartphones and tablets.
Kick the Buddy is a game that first became popular a few years ago. But since its release, some parents have expressed concerns.
Here’s some information for parents on what it is, and what to do if you have concerns.
Every parent needs to make their own decision about what is appropriate for their child. Some parents have expressed concerns about this particular game.
If you have concerns about any games your child is playing, try having an open conversation about it.
It may also help to read our advice on tech and screen time:
We also have advice on active listening skills for parents.
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