Gone are the days of teens cruising around town together on a Friday night. Social media is now the hippest hang-out spot, even those as young as elementary school age. Parenting this generation of digital kids means the need to know how to help them navigate social media in a healthy, positive and safe way.
Free time spent unplugged can make a big difference in how our families feel emotionally and physically when it comes to nurturing our most important relationships.
A digital citizenship contract can help you spell out expectations for appropriate online behavior, sending a clear message about how seriously you take your child’s safety and online reputation.
Seeking an early education program for your child? Invest some time in your search and know what questions to ask to ensure a positive preschool experience for your little one. “The first five years of life are the absolute most essential for a child’s development,” says Bev Adams, an expert in early childhood development and