Though some research says only 15 percent of kids experience cyberbullying, when it happens, it can have a huge impact on a kid's life.
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Halloween brings the scares and gore, but what is your kid ready for? Though it's common for kids to want to share in the spookiness that comes with the holiday, we also want to make sure we're not serving up anything too intense.
From the time our kids are born, we want to protect them. That instinct applies to many circumstances, but the digital world often feels more difficult to manage than, say, teaching our kids to cross the street safely.
It seems like every month or so, there's a new, hot app that everyone's using or some popular online challenge that kids are trying. As a parent, it sometimes feels impossible to keep up.
Math can be one of those subjects kids either love or hate; there's often little in between. Whether your kids struggle with basic skills that need bolstering or are just looking for more fun, there are tools that can give them a boost.
We get report cards to see how our kids are doing in math, language arts, and science, but what about the so-called soft skills like kindness and compassion?
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.