Are children’s books being replaced by storybook apps?
Every night we try to read books to our kids before they go to bed. It’s a classic children’s bedtime activity.
I'm trying desperately to get my third child hooked on the television.
Between my two pre-schoolers, running a home, working on my business and being a wife, I don’t have a lot of time for
There are a massive number of mobile games and apps in the mobile universe.
And frankly Google Play and iTunes aren’t much help finding a great new app.
I have to admit that it was kind of strange for me when my seven year-old asked me if I wanted to see his wife. Her name, he told me, is Lucy, and he was saving up his money to buy her a bed.
Don't want to commit to a tablet for your toddler? Consider this advice:
You may remember that a few months ago I wrote about how my babysitter broke up with me via text message. I thought I was finished with teenagers and their poor tech etiquette, but apparently, this is the new world we live in and unless somebody does something, I’m destined - we’re all destined - to be plagued by it forever.
When you first get a tablet, you’ll want to load up on apps just for yourself (I know I did!) but after a while, my kids wanted to play on my tablet so I started searching for age-appropriate apps. It wasn’t as easy as I thought.
I wanted to make sure that the apps they were using where actually teaching them a specific skill based on their educational needs but still fun to interact with. Here are the five strategies that I use when evaluating and selecting apps for my kids.
How much should I let my toddler play on a tablet?
Forget all the rock-em, sock-em video games designed for boys... in the last few years, it seems like video game developers finally realized that girls like to have fun too.
Maybe your little one yearns to explore wild forests and dive to the bottom of the sea. Maybe she just wants to have her own pet monster. Whatever the case, these fun games are tailor-made for girls: