Kids and Screen Time

Well, this is weird. The man who played Barney from 1991-2001 now runs a tantric sex business where he “unblocks the energies” of his female clients.
I consider myself to be fairly hip and in-touch with current technology and entertainment trends. I can hold my own with
Everywhere I go I am seeing more kids plugged into technology, glued to a screen, walking around like zombies.
My husband and I deal with a lot of tech, for work and personal use. Between us, we have two iPads, two Macbook Pros, one
Then one day after witnessing another round of selfies, I decided that I had a mission. I was going to think of something
The struggle to find the perfect Christmas gift is real. In essence, it's the one that the person really wanted but didn't
The AAP's latest update abandons its "no screens" rule for children under 2, offering a more nuanced approach in which babies
"Our children deserve the freedom to unleash their imagination and experience wonder in the world so that they can discover
Last month our garden was featured as one of the stops on the local garden tour. Because of my busy schedule I hadn't regularly weeded around the marigolds in the bed surrounding the fountain.
The Internet is arguably the most indispensable tool in communication, but it has a dark side that many parents don’t know
It’s summer, school’s out, and the days are long. Lots of children get through the days with extra helpings of screens and
This change to my phone settings improved my mood, productivity and outlook each day, which in turn made me a better parent
Answer by Chris Lynam, father of three, on Quora: This question originally appeared on Quora. - the knowledge sharing network
The more teens know about how to protect themselves online, the better. The video contest is a great way for teens to share what they have learned and to have fun watching the ways other teens choose to share their own experiences.
In honor of Father's Day, my son Jesse, 12, and I answered questions about the role media and technology play in our lives and our relationship. Last month, Common Sense's Technology Addiction: Concern, Controversy and Finding Balance took a deeper dive into the transformative role that technology plays in family life.
We found students with laptops wrote more frequently across a wider variety of genres. They also received more feedback on their writing. In addition, we found they edited and revised their papers more often, drew on a wider range of resources to write, and published or shared their work with others more often.
If it were possible to move through their lyrics like clicks on a moving news feed you'd swing by the chocolate drink Yoo
I take photos of my children, and in moments when they seem to feel less than special, I pull them out and we retell the stories within them. I use them as a tool to help them remember the details of those moments.
Pitfall #4: Alternate Universe Syndrome One notable flip-side is that Social Media platforms do allow us control over what