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Under the right circumstances -- and with plenty of oversight -- Messenger Kids can help young kids connect. But is social media OK for this age group? By Caroline Knorr 4/14/2020

Parents tend to think of screen use guidelines as a daily maximum amount that's acceptable. But if you look closely at popular recommendations, such as the ones from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the message—even before the coronavirus pandemic—is much more nuanced, and much less focused on time.

NPR Helps Parent's to Support their Kids

If you're one of the tens of millions of parents who are now essentially homeschooling your kids, we have some tips to help you keep your kids engaged and everyone sane. Click the button below to read our new comic. Read Comic

If you liked the comic, we also talked about homeschooling in our Life Kit podcast. Click here to listen.

Are you new to remote and online learning? We are offering free webinars to parents and students who are looking for help with the transition to remote learning. Tips for parents of remote learners Link

What are the cool ways your kids are spending their time? What are you doing as a teacher to keep your kids engaged? What projects are you as a parent doing with your kids? Let’s leverage this moment to create an everlasting community that believes we have the power to learn everywhere.

For as long as schools are closed, Audible is open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.

A printable, foldable e-zine for kids

Show your students the DOS & DONT'S of Mobile Device Care with this video, featuring Bright Byte & Careless Chromie. - Trinity Technology