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Reading Aloud to Young Children Has Benefits for Behavior and Attention – The New York Times

Reading aloud and playing imaginative games may help children deal with emotions like anger and sadness, researchers say. — Read on www.nytimes.com/2018/04/16/well/family/reading-aloud-to-young-children-has-benefits-for-behavior-and-attention.html Continue reading Reading Aloud to Young Children Has Benefits for Behavior and Attention – The New York Times

External link to Teen monitoring apps don’t work, and drive a wedge between teens and parents

Teen monitoring apps don’t work, and drive a wedge between teens and parents

But, seemingly counterintuitively, the teens whose parents reported having these apps were also more likely to report being exposed to unwanted explicit content, online harassment, and problems with other kids via https://gizmodo.com/teen-monitoring-apps-dont-work-and-just-make-teens-hate-1824706829 Continue reading Teen monitoring apps don’t work, and drive a wedge between teens and parents