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GRAB PRESIDENT DAY DEALS & CELEBRATE NATIONAL HOLIDAY IN A SPECIAL WAY

Each year, the nation celebrates our country’s legacy by acknowledging the hard work and efforts of our great Presidents who were born in February: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. On President Day, we cherish and look back on how the strivings of these heroes changed the recognition of the US forever.  The holiday time is […]

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Valentines day discount sale

AVAIL FAMILYTIME’S CARING FEATURES AT 30% DISCOUNT THIS VALENTINE’S

Love is in the air, and Valentine’s just around the corner! At the beginning of February, we all look for ways to express our love to our loved ones. And parents in this scenario are no exception. Considering the occasion and parents’ and caretakers’ feelings out there, FamilyTime offers a 30% discount on all its […]

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4 TIPS TO TALK TO THE TEEN WHO SAYS NO TO PARENTAL CONTROL!

Parental control becomes more difficult when your child becomes a teenager and wants to argue, right? I know … But know that this is extremely normal and starts at 10/11 years old. However, at this age, the teenager is still very connected and exposed in the digital world. In addition, he is still developing socioemotional skills, and […]

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DIGITAL NATIVES – A DIFFERENT GENERATION OF CHILDREN!

The first author who coined the term “digital native” was Mark Prensky in 2001. By “Digital natives” we understand children and young people who are native speakers of the digital language of digital devices, video games and the Internet. But in addition to their own language, they also have developed skills and competencies (usually self-taught) around […]

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10 MAGICAL TIPS TO DETACH KIDS FROM THEIR DIGITAL DEVICES!

It seems that the image of the neighborhood parks full of children playing ball, running, swinging, jumping, has been left in memories. Now technology motivates minors and adults to have fun at home without any deprivation. Technological development motivates that; especially children and adolescents live under their dependence and if this does not have adequate control […]

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