It was THE big-ticket item for many Aussie kids this Christmas. But how safe is that VR headset, - and what can parents do to ensure their kids’ virtual reality adventures stay positive?
With growing awareness of online risks, from body-shaming to problem gaming, we’ve learned to become super-vigilant about our kids’ screen-time.
Allowing your kids to experience “the presence of an absence” is a parental duty you may never have thought about before.
Keen to keep a lid on screen-time? Podcasts for kids are here to help.
Do you use emoji? Duh! Of course you do - and so do 92% of world’s online population. We all have our personal favourites. But which ones are the world's favourites?
This holiday season, many kids have only a single item on their wishlist: a smartphone. Should you give in to the pleading (“I neeeeeeed a phone!”) and the promises (“Of course you can trust me to be sensible!!!!!!”)? And if you do, what's ...
Are they starting high school and still not sleeping through? Here’s what you need to know about the biology of teen sleep.
As a parent, you may feel in your gut that too much screen-time is shrinking your child’s attention span ... for everything but that favourite game or social media site, that is.
Everybody knows family mealtimes should be a time for connection … with one another, NOT devices.