by Rose Cabrera If you haven’t checked your kid’s phone yet, then it’s probably high-time you do it. Although there’s nothing wrong with letting your kid use a smart phone, you also need to know how much liberty you should give your child. Too much of anything, particularly […]
Embed from Getty Images When children reach a certain age, parents want them to learn about what happens in the world. Many parents struggle with the way news are presented on TV. In fact, pictures and the way news are presented in the evening news can be […]
Last year I did write a post about 10 indoor activities to do with children during this time of the year and last week I published a post on AngloINFO about Things to do in The Hague area during Autumn Holiday. This year we did decide to spend […]
We all know that the best way to help our children become (and stay!) multilingual is by talking the languages we want them to become proficient in as often as we can and by providing an attractive context (with friends, family etc.). By acquiring other languages, our children […]
Yes, today is my blogs’ first anniversary! It’s been exactly a year since I published my first post and I have to say that I really enjoyed writing every single post. I’ve started blogging one year ago because I had written about many topics just “for me” and […]
I just read a very interesting article from Renata Rowe, Prevent your child from downloading Kik, Instagram, Keek, Hatr, Snapchat, Tumblr…….. that I would like to recommend here. Are we always sure that our children download the right apps? Some of them are adult-oriented. Did you know that: Some […]
This week I have a guest post on Carole Hallett Mobbs’s blog Expat Child about internet safety for kids. Related articles Keeping Your Kids Safe on the Internet (everydayfamily.com)
Recently I was looking for some online resources about e-safety, partly to share with my children and I discovered some interesting sites and videos.