10 Million US parents know why you should use Safe Lagoon
In today’s world where children are “growing up digital”, it’s critical to help them learn healthy concepts of device use. Parents now need to protect their children online and off and teach these online skills to their children.
How to Juggle E-Learning as a Working Parent
Being a working parent is difficult. Balancing child care, work responsibilities, and household duties can be exhausting. But working and trying to manage your children’s e-learning at the same time can seem nearly impossible!
Smartphone Addiction in Teens
It’s a familiar scene: you’re trying to facilitate family bonding time and your teenager’s attention is off somewhere else, her eyes glued to her glowing smart phone. You’re exasperated! Is this normal, you wonder?
3 Online Scams Aimed at Children
It’s especially challenging for children to recognize online scams. They simply don’t have enough experience online. Often, they won’t even realize that something is wrong until it’s too late. That’s why it’s incredibly important for parents to teach their children about potential scams and the red flags that can signal things aren’t quite right. Here are three online scams you should know about.
8 Signs Your Child Might Be a Victim of Cyberbullying
Would you know if your child was a victim of online bullying? What signs would you look for in your teen? There are actually many signs that can indicate children are being cyberbullied. You may see emotional, physical, and mental symptoms. Here are eight of the most common.
Proper Parental Etiquette on Social Media
“Mom, that’s so embarrassing! I can’t believe you posted that cheesy comment to my profile picture!”
10 Cool math app games that teachers and kids love
Math apps save the day. Seriously. While parents worry about too much screen time and other possible cyber problems their kids may run into on their phones and tablets the upside of these gadgets kids use are math apps.
When Is the Right Time to Introduce Your Kids to Social Media?
Obviously, children are lying about their ages to get on these platforms. It begs the question: when is the right time for children to start using social media? Is it okay for them to log on before their 13th birthday, or should they wait until they are much older?
Monitoring vs. Spying – which way is the right way?
The most basic impulse of parenting is to make sure that children are safe. Ironically, in our culture of constant checking in, selfies, status updates, and tweets, ensuring our children’s online safety can feel more complicated than ever.