Tag Archives: activities

How to Handle the Violent Videos that your child has watched?

Family watching tv

Protesters push, shove, and yell obscenities at each other. A young refugee’s body washes up on the shore. A bus driver is bullied while students cheer. A man commits suicide. These aren’t scenes from a video game. Thanks to live-streaming apps such as Facebook Live, live.ly, Periscope, and others kids can watch actual scenes of real-life violence in their social […]

The Pandemic has opened the Door to Creativity for our children.

Boy learning with friends on computer

Over the past few weeks, Zachdev has provided assistance to international educators to leverage online opportunities and transform their classrooms, this pandemic has certainly provided an opportunity for many classrooms to revamp and regenerate. Just because most of us had no option but to take learning to an online or blended format doesn’t mean this […]

Kid-Friendly Podcast Experience By Apple

Child listening to podcast

Apple is teaming up with Common Sense Media to help parents find kid-friendly podcasts from its vast library of shows. The tech giant has launched a new Kids & Family podcast experience that will feature shows appropriate for young listeners. Common Sense Media will select each show featured, offering recommendations by age and collections like One […]

Electronic devices and your child’s daily routine

Child Bonding with Mom

Based on Zachdev’s recent observations, Among parents who view device usage more positively, 90 percent say these views will continue beyond the pandemic. 62% of parents who embraced the device usage said the pandemic has led them to see that devices and technology can be used as educational tools. Among parents who view technology use […]

Why Minecraft is educational for kids

children loves minecraft

So what’s Minecraft? No, it’s not just a game. It’s a unique computer game. But did you know that it can also be a great learning tool? From academic to social skills, Minecraft can help children reach their full potential. Minecraft is a child-friendly computer game that combines exploration and survival skills. It tests children’s […]

Tech Parenting is all about keeping them safe on social media.

Right now in this tech world we’re in, it’s all about the internet for our tweens and teens, the Internet is social media, and they could sooner give up the games, the videos, and even their browsers if only they can keep what keeps them in touch with their friends. Of course it’s not easy considering […]

Have you noticed your child spending too much time on video games during this lockdown?

kids are playing games

With all these extra time at home, kids are spending a lot of that playing video games. And based on some of the discussions online, I have seen parents asking about how to gauge their kids usage time on video games After doing some extensive research into the social impact of online games, there is […]

Empower Your Child Against Bullying/CyberBullying

girl getting bullied

Bullying, the unwanted, aggressive behavior in which a child or teen uses a real or perceived power imbalance, such as physical strength, access to embarrassing information, or popularity, to control or harm other kids. It can include anything from spreading rumors to name-calling to physical aggression, but this is not simply being rude or unkind […]

New Generation : Interest, Initiative, Investing

Kids are already investing

Millennials have had a reputation for being investment-shy, our research shown that lack of capital has been the number one thing holding them back, and between increased savings among employed young people and stimulus checks, interest in investing saw a major spike in 2020. In fact, most Millennials do have the intention of spending their […]

There is no such thing as a perfect parent

Mother with child interacting

Many of the following mistakes are made in the name of love. Too often we think we are helping our children when the long-term results of what we do may be discouraging. Other mistakes are made because we just don’t know what else to do. Thankfully, one of the foundation principles of Positive Discipline is that “Mistakes […]