Kids love YouTube, but it takes only a few clicks to reveal that the vast majority of YouTube isn’t for kids. In fact, quite a lot of things even nominally aimed at children aren’t actually for kids. So, how do you help your kids get the best out of YouTube, while protecting them from the worst?
With a new year comes resolutions, and many families are making resolutions as a group. But while making a resolution together is a great way to hold each other to it, what should you resolve to do? Here are a few resolutions your family should find worth keeping as the page turns on a new year.
How do we connect as a family during the holidays? It’s a question we all face every year. Even with school pressures temporarily lifted and free days on the calendar, it can still feel like a struggle to spend quality time. So try these tips to bring your family together this holiday season.
How do we keep our children focused in school? We all remember what school was like back in the day, and that was before the era of smartphones, portable game consoles, and other items that can suck in our attention and keep it firmly away from the teacher, no matter how good they are. Yet kids also need phones to contact you, look up directions, and make use of other features. How do you balance those needs with the need for focus?
Thanksgiving, in an ideal world, is a valuable time to be with our families. To laugh, to embrace one another, to joyfully reminisce about the good old days. To make new memories and enjoy a day full of meaningful conversations with loved ones.
This scenario is of course completely fictional for most. Anyone with children who claims their Thanksgiving was in any way straightforward or dreamlike, is probably bending the truth quite significantly. Especially if they were the ones hosting the festivities.
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