The main purpose of this study, to examine the usage relationship between parent-child internet usage, family communication, sleep quality and social skills of children. The data was obtained from a total of 101 people, consisting of parents third and fourth grade students in elementary school (Reşet Gümüşer Primary School) Demographic Information Form, Parental Stress Index, Matson Social Skills Assessment Scale, Child Sleep Habits Scale and Family-Child Internet Addiction Scale were obtained. In the study, parent-child internet usage, family communication, sleep quality and social skills of the children were found to be significantly different. Explanatory analysis, a negative correlation between parental and nightly awakening sub-dimensions of parent-child internet usege from social skills self-directedness and sleep habits sub-dimensions is another finding. The use of technology today’s conditions emphasizes family life and healthy child development; It is important in terms of structuring in interventions and practices for parents to use internet, family functioning and healthy psychosocial development of children.