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I’m and I quit social media after discovering what was posted about me. When grader Sonia Bokhari joined social media for the first time, she discovered that her mom and sister had been posting about her for her entire life. Quitting Social Media, Digital Footprint, Conscious Parenting, Future Jobs, Raising Girls, Mom And Sister, Embarrassing Moments, I Quit, Vacation Pictures

I’m 14, and I quit social media after discovering what was posted about me

When 8th grader Sonia Bokhari joined social media for the first time, she discovered that her mom and sister had been posting about her for her entire life.

Teenagers who regularly play online video games tend to improve their school results, according to new research from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.But school st School Results, School Scores, Online Social Networks, Game Programming, 15 Year Old Boy, Online Video Games, Types Of Social Media, Social Behavior, Scientific American

The Kids (Who Use Tech) Seem to Be All Right

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Kveller Our Sons Were Totally Addicted to Video Games–Here’s What We Did About It Herding Cats, Parenting Teens, Sons, Video Games, Addiction, Challenges, Homeschool, Geek, Videogames

Our Sons Were Totally Addicted to Video Games--Here's What We Did About It – Kveller

As I write this, my husband and my two sons (ages 7 and 10) are live streaming the World Nintendo Championships. They are yelling at the TV. I’m pretty sure I just heard my 7-year-old say, “He beat that like a boss!” Last night they watched “The Wizard.” My husband is a software engineer for …

So What If All They Do Is Play Video Games? A Homeschool Case Study on the Potential Benefits of Unlimited Screen Time — home Harry Potter Video Games, Harry Potter Gif, World Geography, Attention Span, School Life, End Of The World, Outdoor Play, Denial

So What If All They Do Is Play Video Games? A Homeschool Case Study on the Potential Benefits of Unlimited Screen Time — home | school | life

My son spends a lot of time on his computer. And when I say a lot, I mean hours… and hours… and sometimes even more hours at a time. Experts would more than likely advise that he is spending way more time than is healthy playing video games, watching YouTube programs, and being in front of a screen,

"Distractible, Messy, Disorganized, and Fill-In-the-Blank Kids Often Thrive at Home Without Drugs!" If the school is labeling your child and insisting on drugs to keep him calm, consider homeschooling! What Would Jesus Do, Cool Kids, Kids Fun, Jesus Quotes, Free Photos, My Children, Teaching Kids, Your Child, Drugs

Distractible, Messy, Disorganized, and Fill-In-the-Blank Kids Often Thrive at Home Without Drugs!

Distractible, Messy, Disorganized, and Fill-In-the-Blank Kids Often Thrive at Home Without Drugs!

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7 Ways to Wean your Child off Video Games

The appeal of today's video games is based on sound value: games are fun, action is fast, challenges are inviting. When kids and teens spend time in front of small screens – whether a TV, computer or hand-held – it takes away from the time they could spend playing sport, learning other skills or enjoying active play.