Since mid-afternoon on January 6th, 2021, the news has focused on little else than the storming of the US Capitol Building and the Presidential certification process. We as Americans feel a wide range of emotions: shock, outrage, disrespected,... Read More
Technology is a crucial tool used to greatly improve our everyday lives. Daunting digital tasks that once took a great deal of time now become a breeze with six simple and easy steps:
Tell them to explore and go make mistakes
For many... Read More
A new report has identified the most dangerous toys of 2020. Watchdog World Against Toys Causing Harm (WATCH) releases an annual list of potentially hazardous toys that might end up on your kid’s Christmas list. The report... Read More
A Connecticut mother is stuck with a $16,000 credit card bill after her six-year-old son went on a spending spree while playing a video game on her iPad. Jessica Johnson noticed $2,500 in charges to her card in July and thought the charges were... Read More
Quarto Kids, the children’s division of book publisher The Quarto Group, has created a free video library on YouTube of expert authors using their educational books as teaching tools to supplement homeschool, remote, and regular curricula.
Quarto... Read More
Nashville mom Renuka Christoph introduces a new book series promoting safety practices to kids. Facemask Fun with Hamilton features Hamilton the investigator who shares his imaginative thoughts and adventures within each... Read More
The U.S. Marshals are working with Ohio authorities to find missing and exploited children, and so far at least 25 kids have been rescued.
The children were found across the state in 20 days. They were found in East Cleveland, Akron, Mansfield,... Read More
Your backyard is special—a place to create memories with your children, host family barbecues, and sit back and relax with your family. You’ve put in the effort to design a backyard that suits your family just right.
We’d like to help you... Read More
Kids dread returning to school for a number of reasons. Some kids worry about returning to school out of fear for facing their bullies, not being included in activities or social groups, or both. But what can parents do to help kids build mental... Read More
With the 24-hour news cycle bombarding young people constantly, and a flood of sharable and easily manipulated information available at their fingertips, kids (and their parents) face an increasingly daunting task of identifying, evaluating, and... Read More
Going off to middle school is a big milestone — for your kids AND for you. No doubt, your kids will have more freedom. They may not need as much help with homework, and they may even ditch a few family movie nights to see their... Read More
As blended learning becomes the norm in education, these educational sites and apps (in alphabetical order) are designed to help preschoolers prepare for school.
ABCmouse – A popular online curriculum for ages 2-8 on subjects such as... Read More
In recognition of Internet Safety Month, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is calling on Google to make necessary fixes to Chromebook laptops to prevent children from easily accessing pornography.
“Children are spending... Read More
Setting up parental controls, limiting screen time, and monitoring your child’s Internet use are all great ways to make sure your child is safe online. But it is also important to have the extra layer of security that Internet filtering services,... Read More
It’s wabbit hunting season once again, only this time, Elmer Fudd has been veritably disarmed.
In the new Looney Tunes Cartoons series (which debuted May 27 on HBO Max), the huntsman is back in action, but his signature rifle has been... Read More