Leonora shares her ten best apps for kids to explore this summer, from bedtime meditations and stories to creative design, music, maths, English and language learning.
Perfect for streaming, homework and playing games, the tablet’s super-cool features and superior, easy-to-use parental controls make the Galaxy Tab S8 series an incredible range of kid-friendly devices that give you a lot of bang for your buck.
If screen time is used strategically in moderation, evidence suggests it can help develop problem-solving, cognitive, creative, social and communication skills.
We so often get asked about how to manage screen time when it comes to the children. It sometimes feels like a losing battle More
Check out our round-up of the best fun and educational apps for toddlers and preschoolers available for free download on your Fire tablet.
The new and improved Yoto Player has launched, and we have to say, it’s pretty impressive. Yoto Player is an interactive, entertaining and educating connected speaker suitable for kids aged 3+.
This month, we welcome back to the podcast child psychologist and parenting coach Dr Maryhan Baker. In this episode, we asked Maryhan’s advice on managing screen-time, technology and how too much of it might be affecting our children’s behaviour.
Safeguard your children on the internet with this ultimate guide to Apple Family Sharing.
We spoke to The Mummy Diaries star about her new clothing line, her favourite family holidays and a digital detox for all the family.
There is a lot of negative press about kids using technology, but the reality is that these technologies are going to shape the way our children live and work, so how do we as parents ensure they’re introduced in a healthy, positive way?
Nobody fully understands the harm screen time may be doing to the generation growing up in the digital age. Here’s how parents can take control of screen time and protect children online.
Is it time to have a conversation about screen time? We look at how to read the guidelines and find a healthy balance.
We quizzed Child Development Expert Dr Jacqueline Harding on media consumption, screen time, and our children.