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Parenting is the most important job we’ll ever do and yet children come without a manual – or a money-back option! This parent guide is an extract from Dr John Irvine's book Who’d be a parent?
Recently I was introduced to SmartyPig .com. It’s an online Piggy Bank for people who are saving for specific financial goals.
It's something we all teach our children these days, to keep away from strangers.
So, it's been a little over a week since Halloween, and you may be wondering what in the world you are going to do about the massive candy intake still taking place.
If you live in NYC or Los Angeles and you haven’t visited Scribble Press, you’re seriously missing out!
Kideo is a simple front-end for letting your kids off the leash on YouTube, with an extensive white list of kid-friendly videos that can be refreshed via the space bar. Kideo doesn't strive to have advanced features. Instead, it makes it really easy for kids to watch YouTube videos safe for young eyes. There's no access to any additional features in YouTube; the interface is spartan, and the videos are refreshed by pressing the space bar. If your little one doesn't smack the space bar to skip onto the next video, it runs through an approved queue. Unlike many sites that white list web pages and content for children, Kideo isn't community or committee-driven.
To highlight the importance of reading, book publisher Scholastic has launched “You Are What You Read,”a social networking site for readers. Users of You Are What You Read create a profile by listing five books that had the biggest impact on their lives, and connect with readers through shared “Bookprints,” as Scholastic calls them. Users can login to You Are What You Read via Facebook or Scholastic.com accounts.