Thanks once again to the front-page of the internet, Reddit for making solid gold content rise to the top. If I had this Super Mario room when I was 8, I would have been the coolest girl on my block. Heck, I want this room for a bedroom now. I could say it was for my son…
I’m the mom of a toddler. My husband and I love using YouTube as a supplementary learning tool and visual aid for our son. All of the videos in this post come with our son’s full endorsement and, if you think that’s not enough, we’ve tested them with three of his closest toddler friends. Parents and babysitters: bookmark this page or save the videos as “favorites” in your YouTube account. Thank us later!
Is managing your shopping list an overwhelming or time consuming task? You may want to consider monthly subscription services. These services typically require a monthly financial commitment, but the vendor does all of the work for you –and send stuff right to your door. While not all are money-savers, they can be major time savers.
It’s one of every parent’s worst nightmares, someone abducting your child. We can talk to our kids about strangers and dangerous situations ad naseum, but real life scenarios are completely different. On Friday, July 2, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. ET, HLN’s (@HLNtv) Kyra Phillips shares “The Predator Test,” kids who fall victim to the most common tactics used by child predators. Following the segment is a live Twitter chat with hashtag #RaisingAmerica.
Seeing as though “royal baby” is the number one search on Google right now, people around the world are eagerly anticipating this little royal’s arrival. If you can’t get enough of all things Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, we have two ways you’ll be among the first to get the big news.
There are specific ways to integrate tablet devices into your home learning curriculum. Instead of thinking about tablets as entertainment or pacifiers, learn how to use them to engage kids and help them get ahead. These expert tips come courtesy of speech language pathologist, Jessica Benesh, M.S., CCC-SLP for the Clark County School District.