Teens and Their Cell Phones

      In these infographics it shows how, what, and how much kids from the ages 12 to 17 use their cell phones.  It shows that as kids get older they start texting more and also start talking on the phone more.  I also learned that girls text more than boys and most kids use their phones to take pictures.  The infographic, also,  shows the Parental Controls.

     In my opinion, this infographic was very interesting and told me a lot about how some kids are using cell phones.  One thing that I was incrediblysurprised about was that girls text more than boys.  I was also surprised at finding out that phones are mostly usedor taking pictures.

     I fit into this information because I do text.  I don’t text that much or at least as  much as the infographics showed and  also don’t go on the internet at all on my phone or play games or music.  Most of my friends are the same as I am with phone habits, but  I do have a few friends with no phones at all.  This is how I relate to the infographic and  my opinions  on it.  You can find this infographic at http://www.flowtown.com/blog/teens-and-their-mobile-phones?display=wide and this was my post for challenge 9 in the edublog challenge. You can fing the challenge at http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/2010/05/06/march-2010-challenge-9/.


This photo is from http://www.flickr.com/photos/compujeramey/168108824/sizes/s/ by compujeramey

2 thoughts on “Teens and Their Cell Phones

  1. Dear Keylimepie,

    You did an excellent job of responding to the student challenge question #9, and I’m really impressed with your hard work keeping up with all the activities. One addition you should make to this and other challenge postings is a link back to each challenge posting to help the organizers find your own posting. Here’s the link you will want to put in for this challenge activity: http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/2010/05/06/march-2010-challenge-9/

    Great work!

    Mrs. Lofton

  2. G’day KLP,
    What a great summary of your opinions relating to the infographics! I was not surprised about girls texting more than boys.

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