Kellogg's Cúl Camps released the survey today

Nearly nine out of ten parents think that mobile phones have replaced sport and activity in their kids’ lives.

That’s according to a new survey by Kelloggs Cul Camps – which found that children are spending almost two hours a day on a mobile device.

 

Almost half those quizzed said they thought their kids preferred being on their mobile or tablet than being active.

While a third said they have to resort to bribery to encourage their kids to take part in sport.

 Cracking day for start of @officialgaa Cúl camps all over the country today. New Kellogg’s research shows 86% of parents say mobiles have replaced activities for kids pic.twitter.com/jucxpkqfcH

The research also pointed to the fact that children are spending nearly two hours a day on a mobile device, with 15% spending over three hours.

These kids at Craobh Chiarain GFC are only too happy to be outside today: