A new year often inspires people to make positive changes in their lives. It’s difficult to fulfill New Year’s resolutions when somebody can’t hold you accountable throughout the year. One resolution that can be planned and should be on your list is sharing family meals and conversations on a consistent basis.Read more >
This year marks the 20th celebration of World Television Day. The commemoration was proclaimed after numerous countries gathered for the first World Television Forum in 1996. In that historical fellowship, influential media personalities banded together and discussed the significance of television for spreading information and real-time broadcasting of important events in different parts of the planet.Read more >
I live in a very urban area. I enjoy sitting on my front porch in the summer and listening to the laughter of children as they play flashlight tag when day gives in to night.Read more >
PBS recently published an article for parents that encourages the use computers and states some of the benefits that they can bring to young learners. The site encourages children to use technology as a learning tool, especially when it becomes an extension of their creativity and play time.Read more >
Developing children’s communication skills is one of the cornerstones of FasTracKids’ curriculum. The goal is if communication improves in the classroom, then the chance of making children even better students increases. Research shows that the average child misses 25% of what is being said in a normal classroom setting. That number can go as high as 40% in lost communication, depending on the classroom environment.Read more >
Now more than ever, children have a multitude of ways to access the Internet. Through a parent’s smart phone, at school, at home and with newer devices called tablets, children are curious to see what entertainment is instantly available.Read more >
Several weeks ago, we blogged about how tech savvy young children in this millennium have become. Many 2-year-old children know how to navigate an IPad to find their favorite cartoons and videos without assistance. We know our children are growing up in a technological age, but the precision and agility they show in mastering their techno world is truly amazing.Read more >
Innovative technology has been a driving force in our rapidly changing world. The newest gadget, the most popular smartphone or 3D Televisions are consistently feeding a technology hungry adult audience. Adults might be buying these exciting and progressive devices, but their children are the ones benefiting from the featured educational programs.