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Common Sense Media 44m
Sharing the screen experience with an adult has benefits. These include helping kids understand the content and having an adult direct learning and ask questions.
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One of the easiest ways to get kids hooked on reading is to get them into a great series. πŸ“š
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Looking for a fun game to play with the whole family this weekend? We've got you covered!
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It's the 50th anniversary of the moon landing! Celebrate with one of these awesome docs that aspiring astronauts and science enthusiasts will love.
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Get them hooked - even during the summer!
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Make Alexa a little kid-friendlier.
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In a world filled with bullying, it's more important than ever to teach young children the concept of self-acceptance. These picture books can help! | Via
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Many parents worry that spending so much time with screens will wear down kids' ability to be compassionate, but that's not necessarily true.
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Common Sense Media 21h
Essentials: β–ͺ Addams Family Values β–ͺ Girls Rock! β–ͺ The Baby Sitters Club β–ͺ Wet Hot American Summer β–ͺ Moonrise Kingdom
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Even if your kids don't initiate a conversation, this is a story they may have a lot of questions about. Take a few minutes to use the talking points here to check in w/them, clarify any misunderstandings, and give them some food for thought.
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Common Sense Media 23h
Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the moon landing! To celebrate, check out one of these out of this world films.
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.’s The Farewell is a honoree! This thought-provoking dramedy starring is about a Chinese family that's dealing with a loved one's impending death, and is ok for tweens 11+.
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Common Sense Media Jul 19
Partly due to the influence of Japanese anime and manga, comic books and graphic novels are now recognized for their unique approach to storytelling and their literary significance.
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Common Sense Media Jul 19
It's finally here! is a realistic CGI remake of the 1994 classic, where young lion cub Simba, son of the king, Mufasa, can't wait to rule his tribe and the pridelands. This, fun, visually stunning remake is ok for kids 8+.
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Common Sense Media Jul 19
American adults spend more than 11 hours per day watching, reading, listening to or simply interacting with media, according to a new study by . Looking to cut back? | Via
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Common Sense Media Jul 19
Plenty of great options this weekend, including !
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Common Sense Media Jul 18
Whether it’s mastering math or practicing social skills, screens can teach important lessons.
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Common Sense Media Jul 18
With no homework or school, summer is the perfect time for kids and teens to crack open a great book. πŸ“š
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Common Sense Media Jul 18
Privacy is an endlessly complex topic, but a few basic themes are emerging. | Via
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Common Sense Media Jul 18
Google, YouTube's parent company, has a guiding philosophy of an open web, where pretty much anything is allowable -- unless it's illegal, harmful, or extremely offensive.
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