Common Sense Media
Dedicated to improving media and entertainment choices for kids and families, Common Sense Media provides specific content information and age recommendations for all the media kids consume - movies, TV, music, videogames, websites and books, as well as tips and tools about creating a family media diet, and research and news about the media’s impact on children.
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