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As parents increasingly question the effects technology has on their children's health and well-being, many are alarmed by the slew of reports coming out about malicious content on YouTube targeting children as young as two years-old.
Find an online video tutorial on a topic you and your child can enjoy and complete it together with them. #MondayMotivation #EnterFullscreen
With our children's mental health being more seriously acknowledged in Singapore, apps are a convenient way to assess and improve your child's mental health!
Instead of outfitting their homes with the technology they work with everyday, many of today’s parents working or living in the tech world are limiting how much screen time their kids get.
Discuss as a family the appropriate times to use devices together. #MondayMotivation #EnterFullscreen
Spending time away from apps and games doesn't always mean having to go out to the park for a walk or to the playground.
Share with your child how to verify the reliability of information by comparing different sources. #WednesdayWisdom #EnterFullscreen
How do tech experts deal with their children's digital device usage? Read on for their top tips!
Share with your child an online scam you recently encountered and how they can look out for them. #MondayMotivation #EnterFullscreen
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The great thing about e-books is accessing classic literature for free because the copyright has expired. Here's our list of 5 awesome classics your child and you can download read for free on your Kindle!
"I have not always been successful in being a good role model. But when I slip, I do share with my children, and they understand that we are all journeying together in this." — Dr Jiow Hee Jhee, MLC council member
Playing video games like FIFA doesn't necessarily mean your child is wasting time—it could very well make him or her a better footballer!
Find out what your child enjoys about social media or discuss with them whether they are ready to start using social media. #EnterFullscreen #MondayMotivation
There are a torrent of apps to download when it comes to regulating your child's digital device usage and access to the Internet... what about just one?
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"Don’t ban digital devices entirely. They are not bad for kids—everything in moderation, and set clear rules and expectations from the start." — Michelle Hon, The Chill Mom.
"Enjoy screens. Not too much. Mostly together."
Discuss with your child the importance of verifying information before sharing it online. #MondayMotivation #EnterFullscreen
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"Co-using or co-viewing together is one way I bond with my child. Getting to know the type of content he is exposed to online is essential!"
The children's section at the giant Consumer Electronics Show has touted "innovations that enable 21st century kids to learn and play smarter than ever".
Use a Family Safety Account (Windows) or parental controls (macOS) to protect your child online. #MondayMotivation #EnterFullscreen
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Blogger Meiling Wong's family has fully embraced digital devices, though there are rules in place.
Amazon's Echo and Google's Home devices have the potential to be more than just home management devices—experts think they could be used for educating children, minus the addictive nature of digital devices.
Find out if your child experienced cyberbullying and discuss why cyberbullying is wrong.