Here’s What Happened to My 13-Year-Old MINUTES After Signing Up for Instagram
Spoiler Alert: It WASN'T PG-13.
Spoiler Alert: It WASN'T PG-13.
Video games have been “proven” not to cause violent crimes…but is causality all that matters here?
This is the potential that exists for Gen Z to use technology in a powerful way.
Exposure to blue light before bed resets our natural circadian rhythms, telling our brains, in no uncertain terms, to WAKE UP.
We've entered a new era, the Imagination Age, so why are we still schooling kids like we did in the 19th Century?
Parents who remove their children from the confines of the conventional classroom are not running away from reality. They are running towards it.
Quality shows and simple activities are a match made in summer-break heaven.
Show kids that the tools for a positive outlook are well within their reach.
Here's what you need to know, how to talk to your children about this, and tools you can use to alert you to warning signs.
Social platforms are hungry for our children's data. Here's what you need to know about apps like Tik Tok.
Playing an active role in kids’ digital experiences: it’s easier than you think
Did your kids make the sudden switch from "Fortnite" to "Apex Legends," the new battle royale romp? Here's everything you need to know about the popular video game.
The study reveals that this generation of teenagers—born right at the cusp of smartphone mania—are the ones really suffering.
Kids are getting bombarded with everything from pornography to instructions and encouragement to commit suicide on YouTube and YouTube KIDS.
We break down the latest YouTube headlines and the tips and tools to keep your kids safe with Lisa Thee, a tech industry leader (and mom) with an expertise in child safety.
I recently worked with my teen daughter to set up a fair consequence around one of her screen time rules. I've also include several examples of consequences from other parents.
Advertisers like Disney and AT&T are responding - and so should YOU.
Tweens' brains are simply too immature to use social media appropriately.
Repeat after me: Nothing We Do With Digital Technology is Private!!! (Especially with regard to your privates)
Being a teenager today is no joke. But it is a game. And a dangerous one at that.
It's a new year, and that means new apps on your tweens' and teens' phones. While the old standbys like Snapchat and Instagram are still going strong, there's no shortage of social media, video-sharing, and homework-help apps that are popular but not necessarily household names. Of course, it's nearly impossible to keep up with every hot new app, which makes knowing the risky features -- like interaction with strangers, anonymity, privacy concerns, and iffy content -- a solid first step. But it's still important to know the specifics of what's on your kid's device and whether or not you'll allow it to stay there.
I make my kids listen to 4 podcasts a month as their cell phone "payment". It's simple, $35 or 4 podcasts? They choose podcasts every time. Here's the big list!
While you are busy Marie Kondo'ing your closets don't forget to clean up your family's devices!
Bored kids are happier, healthier kids.
Dear Parents of Teenagers.
No matter how innocently you intend it, other’s may be lurking to use your info, whatever it may be, to their gain.
It’s useful to remember how previous generations handled these challenges.
It's time to reset our relationship with technology.
Unfortunately, too often the message we send low-income and less-educated parents is that screen time is going to help.
You shouldn’t give your kids their own phone lightly, or for the sake of convenience.
Just another scientific reason to say no to screentime
New host, new name, same format. Welcome back Blue!
When JoJo says phones are a no-no, you listen.
The game has already revolutionized how kids in the neighborhood are interacting.
Would it kill you to make it simple and easy to control the stuff my kids are streaming?
Leaving smart phones and laptops in lockers during class could be the difference between pass or fail.
Want to know how to choose the best kinds of entertainment and media for your kids?
It's official. "Gaming Disorder" is a real thing (and your insurance company might cover it).
It's time to speak up when it comes to kids and technology—you CAN make a difference.
Hey Facebook, It’s Not Me, It’s YOU.
I get it. Some of life’s tasks are boring.
You’ve shelled out a fair amount of cash and precious vacation time to be there with your beloved offspring...perhaps you could PEEL YOURSELF AWAY FROM YOUR PHONE for a few minutes?
One of the biggest issues facing parents today is how to limit screen time to healthy, constructive levels.
Gone are the days of Facebook as a one-stop shop for all social-networking needs.
3 Facebook Settings You Need To Review TODAY
10 Best Broadway Shows for Kids this Spring in NYC
Of course it's natural to be concerned when your kid goes into an unknown world. But instead of acting out of fear, arm yourself with the facts so that you can help your kids be smart, cautious, and savvy.
If you are a frequent user of Instagram and you aren’t regularly unfollowing accounts, you need to.
If you’re like me, you’ve been wishing for a different kind of cell phone option for your teenagers.