In the 1980’s, tweens and teens shopped at stores like Merry-Go-Round, in the 1990’s, it was Gadzooks and in the 2000’s, it was Fashion Bug. But, what about today? Where do today’s tweens and teens like to shop?
Taking notes in school can be a huge challenge for many tweens and teens. Taking notes takes a great deal of time and trying to listen and write notes at the same time is not always easy. Here are some of the best note taking apps for tweens and teens.
Those cold winter nights are the perfect time to gather the family together to play a board game or two. Here are some of the best board games to play over the holidays with your family!
Christmas Charades– Christmas Charades Board Game is for 2-4 players, ages 8 and up. This game is just like the regular game of Charades, but with a Christmas twist. It is sure to have the whole family laughing and giggling!
It is almost that time of the year when Santa will be sliding down chimneys, delivering presents. With all that work, Santa is going to get hungry! Here are some easy and delicious Christmas treats your kids can leave for Santa, and his reindeer of course!
There are so many social media sites out there, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, that allows users to connect and share with other people. While the popularity of these sites continues to grow, so do the risks of using these sites. Here are some safety tips you should know when using social media sites.
Thanksgiving is not just about turkey and pumpkin pie. It is also about spending time together as a family. This year, consider one (or more) of the activities below to do as a family.
Most college freshmen will usually complain that they don’t have enough money. The good news is that you can make money while in college and still have time for studying and socializing. Here are some ways college freshmen can make extra money.
Children need to know various skills at different stages in their lives, in order to later become functional adults. If your child is about to start middle school, here are some of the things they should be able to do on their own. And, it is super okay if they haven’t learned these things yet. It’s never too late to start!
Wash and dry dishes- While loading and unloading a dishwasher may be an easy feat, children should know how to wash and dry dishes the old-fashioned way. This will show kids exactly how dishes get cleaned.
According to the LDA– Learning Disabilities Association of America, there are 2.4 million students, in the United States, with a diagnosed learning disability. These students receive specialized services at their school, through the IDEA- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. A learning disability is defined as a neurological condition that affects how a person hears, sees or understands things. Those with a learning disability have trouble with things like math, reading, reasoning, speaking, spelling and writing. The most common learning disabilities in children include dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyslexia, auditory processing disorder and visual processing disorder. Let’s take a look at the early signs of these learning disabilities.
So, summer is almost over, which means it is almost time for the kids to head back to school. After staying up later at night and getting up later in the morning, they probably aren’t going to want to change their bedtime routine around when school starts. By starting the bedtime routine change early enough, you can help ensure the change will be an easy one for everyone.