How you can protect your children
Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada magazine, suggests some tips to keep your child safe when they use social media.
Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada magazine, talks about what you need to know to feel safe letting your child walk alone to and from school.
Parents often walk a tight rope between embracing and controlling the technology in their children’s world. We want to make sure our kids are equipped with the knowledge to thrive in the digital world, yet we also want to protect them from cyberbullies, online sexual activity (ranging from viewing porn to sexting) and even just crossing the street or driving safely without being distracted by texting.
How do I get my eight-year-old to wear a bike helmet when none of his friends do? Is it really going to do much if he falls?
This fashion-friendly vest allows the wearer to self-inflate it creating a hug-like sensation during times of stress and anxiety.
Your child wants to walk to school alone, so do you think he or she is ready, and – more importantly – are you?
How to work with the school if your child is being bullied – and get results.
Father, author and educator, Michael Reist, shares advice for parents on how to deal with a child they suspect has been bullied and how to approach teachers and school administration about bullying.
Cell phones and mobile devices require just as much prudence as a computer would; don’t forget that many of the same functions performed on laptops can now be found on cell phones as well.