growing in digital age

Technology and Children: Growing Up In the Digital Age

The invention of smartphones in 2007, together with other handheld devices such as tablets, has created a huge digital gap between parents and kids born in 1995 and after. Digitally speaking, these kids are “digital natives” while their parents, most of who were born in the 80s or earlier, are “digital immigrants. The parents know something about technology, but not enough to match their kids, hence the huge digital discrepancy.

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5 Outdoor Injuries to Protect Your Kids From This Summer

Warm weather is just around the corner, and parents everywhere are gearing up for a summer unlike any other. Instead of being cooped up inside from state shutdowns, families are free to go outside and play to their heart’s content! But parents still need to be mindful of other potential dangers that can pop up when playing outside. Weather, animals, and injuries can turn a leisurely day in the park or a family hike into a bad and dangerous situation. Make sure you’re ready and prepared to deal with outdoor injuries and hazards so you can keep your family safe and happy this summer. 

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5 Activities to Try With Your Child on the Spectrum

It’s a globally developed truth that art and craft activities are crucial to improving your autistic child’s development and learning. Craft and art activities are a means of advancing your kid’s attention span, reducing anxiety and stress, and self-expression. It is not easy to find out the appropriate craft to involve your kid. It’s challenging to strike a balance between arts to improve your kid’s learning and those that your child will enjoy. This article will discuss five activities to try with your kid on the spectrum.

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How to Organize Your Home Desk

Undeniably, a decluttered, well-maintained, and contamination-free home office environment is the ultimate reason for productivity enhancement. However, even after the transition from traditional to remote work culture, the importance of an organized home office has become imperative. Consider providing your prior attention to the accomplishment of the essential organizational work by keeping the desk clutter-free.