The Internet is a double-edged sword. While it provides timely, relevant, and reliable information, it’s also a dangerous place to be for everybody! But children and teens are particularly vulnerable because of their gullibility and curiosity, not to mention their ignorance or dismissal of basic online safety protocols. Parents must . . .
Mobile phones are useful and powerful devices. These handy pieces of technology are costly, and generally not child-friendly. These days, however, kids can own a cell phone. This device has the primary purpose of keeping users connected, but most children want it for entertainment purposes. They also experience social pressure . . .
Children are generally curious. And with the rising use of technology, they are exposed to digital platforms at a very early age. For some parents, video games are approached with caution because of its ill-reputation for turning adorable little children into video addicts. However, this is not always the case. . . .
Podcasts...for your kids? Yes, you read that right! Contrary to popular belief, there is kid-friendly audio content for your kids, made available for every age group and developmental stage. As we all know, podcasts are the modern versions of radio shows that talk about any topic under the sun. Depending . . .
With increasing technology use, more schools are going paperless. Kids today, smart as they are, exhibit proficiency in the use of cloud storage. They understand how communication works through technology, including emails and social media for research as they do their homework. Several sites like Pinterest and Etsy are a . . .
A tablet is a great way to teach kids about personal responsibility for expensive items, promotes necessary tech skills, and lets them access an ocean of information from the palms of their hands. It's also an excellent way to entertain them for hours. Not all tablets are created equal. Some cost . . .
Children within the toddler and kindergarten age range are likely to participate in various physical activities, play, and in socialization. Early childhood activities may involve exploring nature, drawing, and collaborative play with other children. It’s also the time where they even start going to school to learn and build relationships . . .