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Son scares his simply spooked mother again and again in hilarious video

It’s pretty easy to scare your mother, but this son has taken it to another level. You may remember the “scare cam” trend, where people would record themselves… well, scaring their friends. But this shriek-filled video adds fresh life to a trend that was otherwise gasping for air.  Part of what makes this video so...CONTINUE READING
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What it takes to show the following STEM technology

It’s 12:09 p.m. at Buena Vista Horace Mann school in San Francisco’s Mission district Laura Ramirez, a curriculum technology integration specialist, is waiting for 14 girls to stream into her classroom. She’s laid out old Dell CPUs alongside tool kits that contain screwdrivers, Allen wrenches, and pliers. The girls’ job today is to carefully open...CONTINUE READING
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Display time can impact children, however the information is tricky to measure. Here is why.

When scientists study the effects of screen time on children, there’s really only one thing parents want to know: How much is too much?  While the Academic Pediatric Association guidelines suggest daily limits for high-quality screen-based programming, those recommendations are based on studies with significant limitations. In general, studies on the subject quickly become outdated...CONTINUE READING
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Can children pay attention Grover shedding an F-bomb in that viral audio phantasm?

At the end of December, Redditor u/schrodert was watching Sesame Street with his daughter, when he thought he heard beloved monster Grover drop an F-bomb. “Yes, yes that’s a fucking excellent idea!” he seemed to say. The clip went viral, like the whole Laurel/Yanny debate, even Jimmy Kimmel heard it. But the late show host wanted...CONTINUE READING
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Lovable child tries to coach his Google House, and it does now not move neatly

Ever feel like you’re more advanced than technology? This little kid can relate. A young, very patient boy was spotted in his kitchen talking to his family’s Google Home, desperately trying to impart some wisdom. He begged the device to repeat him so that he could teach it some brand new skills, saying, “I’m telling...CONTINUE READING
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Wearable sensor would possibly lend a hand display screen for nervousness and despair in children

Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with. When Ellen McGinnis started her career as a psychologist...CONTINUE READING
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Display screen time will not be so destructive or poisonous for youngsters, mavens say

Leading UK paediatricians have advised parents to worry less about the effects of screen time on their children.  A new guidance published by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) — a professional body in charge of the training of paediatricians — contests research suggesting that children’s screen time is harmful.  SEE ALSO:...CONTINUE READING
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Those footage of youngsters at protests in 2018 will make you cry glad tears

Kids had something to say about politics this year. Even little ones still perfecting their handwriting made their voices heard. Alongside their (ahem) taller counterparts, children of all ages protested immigration policies separating families at the border, gun violence killing students at school, restrictions on women’s rights, and more. They attended events like March For...CONTINUE READING
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Teaching kids to be tech whizzes as early as elementary school

Ad Content from Amazon Today, technology receives more than just a casual mention in most parenting handbooks and mommy blogs. Parents of elementary school-age kids are in a particularly befuddling spot as their kids begin dabbling in digital devices both at school and at home. In some cases, parents report that their kids know how...CONTINUE READING
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