Your patio is your own personal oasis and should be a space the whole family can enjoy. If get-togethers are important to you, your outdoor area may be in need of a revamp and refresh. Technology is something we expect to find inside the home … but what about the outside?
In the past few years, the use of on-demand streaming services, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube have gained quite a bit of popularity. This really should not be a surprise, as it offers a new and more flexible way to watch TV.
Family settings on the Xbox empower parents and caregivers to set screen time limits, filter content by the age of their child, set purchase limits, and more to ensure every member of the family enjoys rewarding and positive gaming.
As a mum and as a blogger I take 100s of photos. It’s something I like doing and a way to help document our family life. However, once I’ve taken these photos, looked through them and plucked out a couple that I choose to share on social media. The rest of them are simply moved to a file within my Google Drive. Where they might get a quick search through when I am looking for a particular photo or a snapshot from a place that we visited.
The Toniebox is a fantastic new audio system for children, built and set up with children in mind. Enabling little hands to pick up, place their favourite Tonies® character or Creative-Tonie and enjoy stories and songs.
With the children getting older and computer games being introduced to our family gaming time. We are always on the look out for ways we can all join in and have fun together. Carnival Games from 2K is the perfect way to enjoy all the fun of the fair with 20 different mini games that will not only bring on the laughs but a slice of competitive spirit too!
Video games weren’t designed with your child’s brain development in mind, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t helping your child learn and grow. Gaming has a bad reputation for being a waste of time and a brain cell-killer. However, recent studies show this to be far from the truth. Here are four ways video games can actually benefit your kid.
Parents want reassurance that their children are safe and they can keep in touch when not with them. Likewise, children want the security of having a phone, to keep in touch in an emergency, when lost or for a specific need and ultimately to not feel left out amongst peers. However, parents are concerned about how much screen time their kids are getting, what they’re doing while they’re on their devices, and how that can interfere with their education. The Family Link app from Google helps to address all of the above.