KidzVuz #KVHoliday of Play Twitter Party

by Nancy November 11, 2013

Holiday shopping doesn’t have to be a drag if you know what to buy for whom. Join us, along with sponsors @HasbroNews, @NintendoAmerica and @SpinMasterToys for a great conversation about shopping for kids of any age. WHEN: Tuesday, November 12, 1-2 pm ET (10am PT) WHAT:  KidzVuz  Holiday  of Play [...]

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Fend off the Flu with Food

by Cristie January 30, 2013


It’s nearly impossible to turn on the television, open a phone news app or an actual paper these days and not see a story about the flu. And forget Facebook and Twitter streams, they’re sick with updates about being sick. I won’t spend time arguing the efficacy of the flu [...]

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5 Non-Annoying Ways to Monitor Your Tween’s Tech Use

by Nancy October 8, 2012


This is a guest post by PR pro and writer, Elissa Freeman.  You can follow her on twitter at @ElissaPR My 12 year old daughter is an average tween: slowly exploring adolescence, coming to grips with her changing body, occasionally mouthy (I will not bother to define ‘occasionally’ here) and [...]

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Using a Virtual (world) Mistake to teach a Real Lesson

by Nancy October 3, 2012

Teen Students in Computer Class

When your 12-year-old daughter tells you an older man made a pass at her, you’re usually upset. Me?  I wasn’t thrilled, but I was perfectly fine with it.  Why?  Because the pass was made by a  virtual man on a virtual dance floor in a virtual world.  Only virtual harm [...]

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