A Tech-Check is Essential for Back-to-School Safety Have you finished your back-to-school preparations yet? While you are taking care of new backpacks, clothes, and haircuts, consider doing this: a tech-check to help your family start off the year with good digital habits and boundaries in place. Some tips for parents: Check out these online resources to help your children develop digital street smarts.… Read More Read more Our regular Parent Alert! news updates help parents stay ahead of the trends affecting kids in our hypersexualized culture.
4 Dangers of Roblox Do your kids enjoy Roblox? It can be creative fun, but you also need to understand and guard against some significant risks to your kids! What is Roblox?
Roblox is a multiplayer online game creation platform. Users create their own games and play games created by others. Players can also buy, sell and create virtual items.… Read More Read more Chances are, your kids love to listen to music and share it with friends.
With so many music apps out there, which one is right for your family? Especially since so much music has explicit lyrics that you don’t want your kids boppin’ to!
The American Academy of Pediatrics warns,
“Music plays an important role in the socialization of children and adolescents.… Read More Read more Our regular Parent Alert! news updates help parents stay ahead of the trends affecting kids in our hypersexualized culture.
This month we’re talking about two sources of danger for children – and what you can do to protect kids! Read on to learn how to prevent cyber flashing and the risks of kids using SnapChat.
Has Your Child Been Cyber Flashed on His iPhone? If your child has an iPhone, check the privacy settings on AirDrop right away!… Read More Read more
What Parents Need to Know About TikTok and Social Media Challenge Videos Eleven-year-old Sarah opened up her TikTok app and saw a video of her favorite vlogger (video blogger) acting out a challenge that had gone viral: grab some common ingredients, including bleach (!), mix it up in a plastic Ziploc bag, and hold it against one eye for at least a minute.… Read More Read more