Children’s Book Week

CCFC is proud to partner with Children’s Book Week, now in its 100th year! We think reading is a wonderful way to go screen-free. Learn more about Children’s Book Week here. You can check out our resource page for suggestions on how to celebrate both weeks at the same time.

American Academy of Pediatrics

Our partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics ensures parents that Screen-Free Week has a medical stamp of approval, supporting the exercise, downtime, relationships, and restorative sleep kids need to grow healthy and strong. The AAP Family Media Plan is a great tool in continuing Screen-Free Week habits throughout the year.

We thank all of our partners who help bring Screen-Free Week to their communities!

Action Coalition for Media Education | Action for Healthy Kids | Alabama Waldorf School | ALERTEThe Alliance for Early Childhood | America Walks | American Association for the Child’s Right to Play, IPA/USA | American Horticultural Society | American Public Health Association | American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA) | Association Montessori International/USA | Association of Waldorf Schools of North America | Austin Montessori SchoolAvid4 Adventure | Badass Teachers AssociationBC Alliance for Healthy LivingBe Active KidsBerkeley Media Studies GroupBrighter Futures Indiana | Cedarbrook Center | Center for Digital Democracy | Center for Humane TechnologyChangeLab Solutions | Childhood Obesity Foundation | Children & Nature Network | Children and Screens | Children’s Advocacy Alliance | Children’s Fairyland | Children’s Screen Time Action NetworkClass Size Matters | Community Playthings | Concord Promise | Connecticut Public Health Association | Connecticut Storytelling Center | Creative Kids Yoga | Da Vinci Waldorf School | Defending the Early Years | Digital Media Treatment and Education Center | Durable HumanEat Smart Move More SCEarth Day Canada | Educators for Peaceful Classrooms and Communities | Edupax Canada | The Emily Program | Environmental Learning CenterFamilies First | Families Managing MediaFinger Lakes Toy Library | FIRST 5 Santa Clara CountyGirlVentures | The Grammie Guide | Greene Towne Montessori SchoolHappy Dancing Turtle | Healthy Lifestyles InitiativeHealthy Media Choices | Healthy West Chicago | High Mowing School | Holistic Moms Network | KidsGardeningLast Tree Laws | Les Chevaliers du WebLife is Good Playmakers | Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics | Manhattan NeighborsMediaSmarts | Michael & Susan Dell Center Community Collaborative for Child Health | Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living | Michigan Alliance for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE) | MOM’s Organic Market | National Day of Unplugging | National WIC Association | Nature Center at Shaker Lakes | New DreamNew York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute | No App for LifeNorth American Division of Seventh Day Adventists | Obligation, Inc. | Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK) | Outdoor Outreach | P.E.A.C.E.Parent Coalition on Student Privacy | Parents Across America | Pearlstone CenterPennState PRO Wellness | PEPPlay Scotland | Primrose Hill SchoolPPAC Coalition | Public Citizen | Raffi Foundation for Child Honouring | Reach Out & Read | The Rockfall Foundation | Saskatchewan in motion | Save Childhood MovementShare Save Spend | Sierra ClubSierra Harvest | Society for Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics | Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship | Stop Marketing to Kids Coalition | The Story of Stuff Project | Troubadour Music | TRUCE | Truckee Gymnastics | Turning Life On | US Play Coalition | Wait Until 8th | Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America  | Waldorf School of Atlanta | Wartburg International School Europe | Watts of Love | Wellness in the Schools | ZERO TO THREE | Zone’in Programs

Questions? Contact Us!

Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood

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Future Celebrations

2020: May 4 - 10

2021: May 3 - 9

2022: May 2 - 8