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Your Gear Deconstructed has developed a guide to help you talk to your kids about internet safety, security and screen time. Check it out here.
Tuck Sleep is an organization whose mission is to spread awareness of sleep health and wellness. They recently examined the harmful impacts social media, cyber-bullying, and screen time can have on mental well-being and sleep. Use these Off the Grid Box sample cards to help you unplug.
Common Sense and the Center for Humane Technology have formed a partnership to protect young minds from digital manipulation and exploitation. Read their Roadmap for Kids Digital Well-Being with insightful stats on this growing concern.
Psychology Today released an article on why technology makes it hard to raise mentally strong kids. Read their 5 key takeaways here.
Do you know what apps your children are using? A guide to what parents will (or should) be anxiously monitoring.
Devorah Heitner, PhD is the founder of Raising Digital Natives, a resource for parents and educators seeking advice on how to help children thrive in the digital world.
The family dinner project is a growing movement of food, fun and conversation about things that matter.
Common Sense Media rates, educates and advocates for kids, families and schools, as well as provides guidance and reviews of movies, games, apps and more.
The American Academy of Pediatrics announces new recommendations for children's media use.
The Federal Trade Commission provides tips to help protect kids online. The opportunities kids have to socialize online come with benefits and risks. Adults can help reduce this risks by talking to kids about making safe and responsible decisions.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. We have made a few cards available for free to help you give your children strategies for avoiding or deflecting cyberbullying.
Staysafe.org: guide on Internet Safety for Teens: https://www.staysafe.org/teens/