Whether you're looking for creative screen-free activities or need help navigating trickier situations, like cyber bullies, these destinations can help. 

By Real Simple
Updated September 02, 2016
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Commonsensemedia.org

Everything you need to know about parental controls, and the best age-appropriate games and apps, and other strategies for keeping kids safe online.

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Familiesmanagingmedia.com

Practical solutions to help you replace screen time with fun, family-centric activities.

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Fosi.org

Want to combat a cyber-bully? Teach your kids how to stay safe while playing Pokémon Go? The Family Online Safety Institute publishes thoughtful, up-to-the-minute advice.

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Raisingdigitalnatives.com

Eye-opening research and parenting ideas from Devorah Heitner, Ph.D., the author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World.

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Yourbrainonporn.com

The science behind why your teen looks at porn, how this “supernormal stimulus” is affecting his brain, and what you can do to help him (or her!) reboot.