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No More Tantrums

Take Back Control

Welcome To Carrots&Cake

With Carrots&Cake you can set a daily target that allows your child to give time to good educational apps rather than spending hours on YouTube and games. Screen time limits allow better connections with family and provides a moral compass for your child.

Studies have shown that, on average, children are spending over fifty-two hours a week in front of electronic devices. As parents, we are faced with the challenge of managing their screen time as well as improving the quality of it. Parents cannot ignore the fact that technology is here for the long run.

We worry that without technology, our children will fall behind or be ill-equipped for school and won’t have friends. There are so many diverse points of view out there on the use of technology and the amount of access considered acceptable for children. It can become quite over whelming to decide which technology your child should have access to, for how long they should use digital devices and what manner of controls you can impose.

Keeping this in mind, Carrots&Cake brings a solution to the ineffective use of screen time where we bring parents back in control of their child’s device. It is a solution that not only allows better screen time habits but also allows you to utilise all those amazing educational apps you want your child to invest time in.

Parents have always taught their children how to eat, when to sleep, and how to interact with other people, but parenting today is incomplete without lessons on how to interact with technology and for how long each day.

Adam Alter (Author of Irresistible)

With Carrots&Cake you can set a daily target that allows your child to give time to good educational apps rather than spending hours on YouTube and games. Screen time limits allow better connections with family and provides a moral compass for your child.

Meet the team

Get to know the creative and technical team at Carrots&Cake.
Hamel Shah

There is so much possible now, however, we still try and educate kids in fundamentally the same way that we have for over a hundred years. Education today is essentially 95% day-care and socialisation and 5% learning.

Lisa Carse

Kids are wired to learn and grow, and it is up to parents and carers to provide them with the best environment in which to do so.

Niketa Gosrani

I have looked into a number of screen time control apps and I do believe there isn’t another system out there that is so simple as Carrots&Cake that brings about the right balance in screen time usage. It is based on the premise which every parent has used for ages – the carrot and stick method.

Azaan Moez Dhanji

It is inevitable to avoid the fact that the use of technology for education in the future, and kids have more access and freedom to digital devices than ever before. However, with the implementation of Carrots&Cake, this access to screen time can be used in a much productive manner.