With so many headlines screaming, "Pick me! I'm important!," it's hard for adults to sift through the noise. So it's not hard to imagine how tough it can be for little kids to make sense of the news-related stuff they hear, see, and read. What's real?
Chances are, your kid watches YouTube videos sometimes -- maybe more than you'd like. Why do we feel a little unsure about letting our kids search YouTube on their own?
Netflix. Hulu. Amazon. Cable: There are so many ways to watch television today that it can be hard to navigate all of the choices and find the best TV shows for your family.
A multi-channel collaboration brings history to life for sixth grade
As the pace of life speeds up and our devices gain additional features, we look to them to do more and more for us.
San Domenico Middle School's Video Blog The PAWcast, Season 2, Episode 3
For kids to understand the world around them and truly know their potential, they not only need to learn about people with different characteristics, backgrounds, and experiences, but they also need to see themselves in the media they use.
The holidays are over, and most kids are back in school -- what's next? Keeping up with those New Year's resolutions, of course!
We are always on the lookout for the best new media for our kids that won't do them harm and might even teach them something.
A frequent question that I receive from parents is, "At what age do you suggest I get a smartphone for my child?" I usually note that older is better BUT that it is a family decision based on many different factors.