Tag Archives: emotions

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

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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 […]

Kid-Friendly Podcast Experience By Apple

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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 […]

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 […]

Amazing screen time management strategies!

With Covid19 making us work from home, our child’s witnessing all of our tech gadgets usage and they’re needed on the tablets and laptop for school as well. We tackle one of the biggest challenges parents face each day: screen time management. We know full well how hard it can be to decide how much […]

4 YouTube alternatives every child can explore

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There are some safe alternatives to YouTube for kids that provides great educational content. With all the not-so-great news coming out around YouTube recently — from their pedophilia problem to the horrific content spliced into kids’ videos to the infamous Momo challenge — I’ve been looking for some YouTube alternatives. From now on, at our […]

Trending Entertainment Genres that every parent should know

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With the Covid changing many aspects and expectations of media, the last two years have been a whirlwind for the entertainment industry, with streaming platforms proliferating and viewing fragmenting as young consumers are spending most of their quarantine time online. Based on our research, we saw the increased demand in 2020 for entertainment, sparking major […]

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

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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 […]

What if you just stopped managing screen time?

Managing screen time has always been a challenge. A great one, especially for this generation. I know, it totally feels like you’re watching a tennis match, with your head going back and forth to the point where you’re starting to get dizzy. Screen time has always been a point of guilt and shame for parents, […]

Empower Your Child Against Bullying/CyberBullying

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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 […]

Don’t Misjudge Your Child’s Screen Time

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Nearly three fourths of parents misreported preschoolers’ mobile technology use; some children ages 3-5 engaged with apps intended for teens and adults. Some parents may have relaxed on screen time rules during quarantine. But even pre-pandemic, many likely misjudged how much time their young children were plugged into mobile devices, or how they were spending […]