Here, Jacksons of Arley has put together some top tips for camping with kids including research, preparing a checklist, campsite layout, things to consider when choosing a tent, fun games and activities, survival & safety, and camping foods.
Seems like kids hardly play outside anymore with video games, television and even the Internet keeping them busy. Check out the following infographic to learn about the importuning of playing outside.
We all know being a parent is a tough old job – juggling so many demands on time and priorities. Just working to pay the bills eats into the time we get with our children. Sadly parents are losing confidence at playing, the majority (76%) often feeling self conscious and inadequate. Nearly half of parents (49%) felt envious or inadequate in comparison to other parents. And 1/3 think parents in general have just forgotten how to play with their kids. Moms and dads are giving themselves a hard time over this.
Kids these days. They all seem to be nose deep in some iSomething. Check out the infographic below presented by Early Childhood Education Degrees to learn about how media and technology affects children.
In these days parents are under huge pressure in terms of kids’ safety. The point is that world goes online and children are involved in a lot of Web activities. That’s why providing major tips on how to behave online and offline is very important task for parents and teachers. This infographic from mSpy shows the main rules for kids to follow and will help them avoid danger.
These days, children are getting their hands on mobile devices at a younger age every day. According to a new study, kids are ditching their nondigital toys by age three and turning their attention to smartphones and tablets. In fact, data shows that five-year-olds are using computers on a routine basis, and grade schoolers are getting mobile phones earlier each year, as well as joining multiple social networks. So, when is the right age to introduce children to technology?
As a child, we all had dreams of what we wanted to be when we grew up. Some of us followed through, while the rest of us feel into the hustle and grind of everyday life. If you could go back in time, have you ever wondered what it would take to follow your original career path?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that ADHD affects three to seven percent of school children in the US. What’s interesting is that prescriptions for ADHD children have rose 50 percent in the last decade—making many take a closer look at the diagnosis. More important, parents are wondering how their children will handle ADHD as they become adults.
Each year, more and more children fall into the many traps of drug abuse. Even children as young as ten years old have started experiencing with illegal drugs, most of which they pick up from their peers in school. Some even smoke marijuana at home and keep their stash in places undetected by parents. This infographic from TestCountry.com looks at 13 of the most common places that kids might be stashing their stash.
The following infographic by B2C was created to mark National TV Turnoff Week and reveals some interesting statistics regarding the habits of kids watching TV, additionally showing how their television warching has increased in recent years.
To demonstrate how digital and mobile technology are gaining momentum with children, MDG Advertising developed this informative infographic. It shows how Apple is infiltrating the lives of our children from the cradle to the classroom, as well as how these smart devices are having a real impact on literacy and learning levels, along with the benefits of these digital tools for special needs education
There are some pretty good tips here for helping your kids avoid the summer slide. One of the reasons I like my kids going to a more year round school year is for this very reason, but if any of your kids are out for a full 3 months or more? You will want to check this graphic out for tips to avoid that summer slide.
You may currently be the parent of a teenager and wondering what the hell you’ve gotten yourself into. But do you have it worse than parents of the past? We all know that kids will be kids, but how much do they change over the course of a generation?This fun infographic from Best Education Degrees compares kids as they are today to how they were 30 years ago.