To get ready for a successful school year, it's a good idea to get on the same page as a family about device use.
Some kids go into the school year already discouraged: Either they struggle with certain skills or they've decided certain subjects are the enemy.
As some kids start the school year with new smartphones, they might not all be prepared to deal with the 24/7 connectedness that comes with it.
It's that time of transition again when you're either gearing up for or experiencing your first days of the new school year. It's an exciting -- and potentially stressful -- time for families as everyone gets back into the routine.
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Over the summer it can be hard to get everyone on the same page, let alone in the same room. Unless you're on a family vacation with activities that please every age, you may find yourself struggling to conjure up family fun.
Online privacy is a little like your weird Uncle Bob. He's hard to understand, and you really only miss him when he's gone.
YouTube challenges and social media trends are nothing new, and many are silly and harmless, like the Try Not to Laugh Challenge.
When summer's in the air, some kids are already dreaming of days perusing the shelves of the library or stocking their Kindles with new titles.
As the end of school draws near, kids start to think about all the ways they can spend their free time.