Healthy Tech Habits

  • It's your responsibility to teach your children healthy social media habits while they're in your care. Just like you need to let them experience money so that they grow up to be fiscally responsible, you need to let them experience social media so that they grow up to be digitally responsible. Read to find out how to get started teaching your kids about social media
  • YouTube plays a big role in homeschooling. However, there are a few pitfalls that should have you considering whether YouTube is the best thing for your home education. Read to find out more.
  • I feel like I’ve messed up a little bit with my youngest daughter. I feel like I used too much tech too young with her. Now, as comfortable as I am with tech, I’m not a huge fan of kids five and under using lots of it, especially for home education. Read to find out why.
  • A Mom's Biggest Struggle in a Tech-Driven World | Why do we struggle so much with our kids being “plugged in all the time”? It’s a big issue for us moms, trying to figure out how to guide our kiddos’ media consumption and electronics usage. And to balance the good of technology with the bad.
  • I got this radical idea about summer screen time. Instead of figuring out how to keep the kids off the computer, what if we intentionally put our our kids on electronics? Find out how.
  • Discover helpful tips for keeping kids safe on YouTube
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  • When we started using Netflix, it was the only video streaming site out there. But lately, I haven't liked the selection. So, we said
  • Have you ever considered social media sites as learning tools? Is social media a part of your homeschool lesson plans? Read to discover 6 reasons you should add social sharing to your homeschool.
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